Citation: Yin, Q. Y.; Dai, C. H.; Chen, H.; Gou, K.; Guan, H. Z.; Wang, P. H.; Jiang, J. T.; Weng, G. S. Tough double metal-ion cross-linked elastomers with temperature-adaptable self-healing and luminescence properties. Chinese J. Polym. Sci. 2021, 39, 554–565 doi: 10.1007/s10118-021-2517-z shu

Tough Double Metal-ion Cross-linked Elastomers with Temperature-adaptable Self-healing and Luminescence Properties

  • Corresponding author: Geng-Sheng Weng, E-mail:
  • Received Date: 2020-08-13
    Available Online: 2020-11-05


  • Smart materials with a combination of tough solid-like properties, fast self-healing and optical responsiveness are of interests for the development of new soft machines and wearable electronics. In this work, tough physically cross-linked elastomers that show high mechanical strength, intriguing temperature-adaptable self-healing and fluorochromic response properties are designed using aluminum (Al) and fluorescent europium (Eu) ions as cross-linkers. The ionic Al-COOH binding is incorporated to construct the strong polymer network which mainly contributes to the mechanical robustness of the elastomer consisting of two interpenetrated networks. The Eu-iminodiacetate (IDA) coordination is mainly used to build the weaker but more dynamic network which dominate the elasticity, self-healing and luminescence of the elastomer. Moderate Eu3+ and Al3+ contents give these supramolecular elastomers high toughness. The temperature-sensitive Eu-IDA coordination enables tunable self-healing rate and efficiency along with fast Eu-centered “ON/OFF” switchable red emission. The mechanical, self-healing and luminescence properties of these elastomers can be adjusted by tuning the ratio of the two types of metal ions. This elastomer is potentially applicable for biosensors, wearable optoelectronics and anticounterfeiting materials.
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