Porous PEI Coating for Copper Ion Storage

Magnus Nyden discusses the use of cross‐linked polyethylene imine (PEI) coated on conducting carbon cloth electrodes as a material that can absorb copper from seawater and allow for controlled electrochemical release of copper as a biocide to prevent biofouling. Image courtesy of Magnus Nyden.

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