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  • Fig. S1. FTIR spectra of PS-b-P4VP and PS-b-G-P4VP films.
  • Fig. S2. Surface morphologies of top and bottom surfaces of the HMH-BCP membrane.
  • Fig. S3. Quantitative analysis of pore size distribution of the HMH-BCP membrane (GPTMS substitution reaction at 120°C for 30 min) using mercury intrusion porosimetry.
  • Fig. S4. Structural characterization of the microtomed HMH-BCP membrane (GPTMS substitution reaction at 120°C for 30 min).
  • Fig. S5. TOF-SIMS data of bare PS-b-P4VP and HMH-BCP membranes.
  • Fig. S6. Cross-sectional SEM images of a bare PS-b-P4VP membrane showing a sponge-like structure.
  • Fig. S7. Structural characterization of the PS-b-G-P2VP membrane.
  • Fig. S8. Structural characterization of the HMH-BCP (PS-b-G-P2VP) membrane (GPTMS substitution reaction at 120°C for 6 hours).
  • Fig. S9. Cross-sectional SEM images of PS-b-G-P4VP membranes (GPTMS substitution reaction at 120°C for 20 min).
  • Fig. S10. A conceptual ternary phase diagram of PS-b-G-P4VP membranes as a function of GPTMS substitution time.
  • Fig. S11. Cross-sectional SEM images of PS-b-G-P4VP membranes fabricated from ethanol and water nonsolvents.
  • Fig. S12. Characterization of PS-b-G-P4VP membranes fabricated as a function of drying time at 110°C.
  • Fig. S13. Characterization of internal cell resistance of HMH-BCP membrane and PP/PE/PP separator.
  • Fig. S14. Structural analysis of separator membranes after cycling test (200 cycles at charge/discharge current density of 1 C/1 C) at high temperature (50°C).
  • Fig. S15. Height mode AFM image of pure PS-b-P4VP copolymer thin films annealed in chloroform vapor.
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