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|dc.description.abstract||Particulate matter (PM) from ever-increasing industrialization poses a great public health risk. Although fiber-based filters are used effectively to block PM, filters with high packing densities suffer from excessive pressure drops. Electret filters bypass intermediate- or large-sized particles and thus capture only small particles, the motion of which can be influenced by weak electrostatic fields. In this study, we demonstrate the fabrication of metallized fibers that produce intense electric fields, thereby enabling capture of PMs of a variety of sizes produced by burning incense. The filter consisting of these metallized fibers effectively removes moving particles from air. An electricity-driven filter is relatively thin and has a low packing density, making it light, portable, transparent, and inexpensive. The sizes of the pores between the metallized fibers are readily controlled by manipulating the electrospinning and electroplating times. Sufficiently large pores permit efficient airflow and thus increase permeability without risking an excessive pressure drop. The metallized fiber filter is washable and thus reusable. In this study, a PM removal rate of >97% was recorded using a filter designed under optimal conditions.||-|
|dc.publisher||ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces||-|
|dc.subject||thermal release tape||-|
|dc.subject||quantum dot light-emitting diode||-|
|dc.title||High-Performance Transparent Quantum Dot Light-Emitting Diode with Patchable Transparent Electrodes||-|
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