Electrospinning: A Practical Guide to Nanofibers (de Gruyter Textbook)
Nanofibers with specific properties, designed for various applications e.g. textiles, membranes, reinforcement, catalysis, or biomedical use are of great interest to scientists and industry. The most promising technique for their production, electrospinning, uses an electrical charge to draw fibers from liquids. Techniques to produce cross-linked, patterned, aligned, or three-dimensional materials are explained with regard to practical usage.
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