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A new attempt to use a bifunctional interleaf for developing a novel structure–function-integrated composite with simultaneously improved interlaminar fracture toughness and atomic oxygen resistance was studied. The toughening mechanism and the atomic oxygen erosion property of the delaminated surfaces of the composites were examined. The bifunctional interleaf was prepared by blending a phosphorus-containing polymer and a thermoplastic polymer. After being interleaved, the mode I and mode IIdoi:10.3390/aerospace8120365 fatcat:qmvbk5b74nfn5ivk2u3lebroze