Ti3C2Tx nanohybrids: tunable local conductive network and efficient EMI shielding performance for multifunctional materials and devices
Ti3C2Tx is an important member of the MXenes family. Due to its excellent electrical conductivity, adjustable atomic layer, and modifiable active surface, Ti3C2Tx has attracted great attention in the field of electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding. This paper introduces the important role of regulating conductive network to improve the EMI shielding performance of materials and summarizes the EMI shielding performance of Ti3C2Tx nanohybrids reported in recent years. In addition, Ti3C2Tx based EMI shielding materials towards multifunctional devices are also systematically introduced. After that, the development status of Ti3C2Tx nanohybrids in the field of EMI shielding is objectively described, and the main problems and challenges are evaluated. Finally, the prospect of Ti3C2Tx nanohybrids for advanced and green EMI shielding materials is forecasted.