3 edition of Electrospun nanofibers research found in the catalog.
Electrospun nanofibers research
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editor, A.K. Haghi.|
|Contributions||Haghi, A. K.|
|LC Classifications||TA418.9.F5 E443 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009021046|
Electrospinning is one of the most extensively used technique in the early 21st century, due to its adaptability and potential for applications in various domains. Electrospun nanofibers are used in many fields, for example nanoelectronics, optical devices, protective clothing, sound absorption, nano membranes and many biomedical by: 1. A New Book Chapter Published Our Book Chapter has been published: Anitha Senthamizhan, Brabu Balusamy, Tamer Uyar, " Chapter 9 - Surface Functionalized Electrospun Nanofibers for Removal of Toxic Pollutants in Water” in “Nanofiber Membranes for Medical, Environmental, and Energy Applications” (edited by Ahmad Fauzi Ismail, Nidal Hilal, Juhana Jaafar and Chris Wright), page , CRC.
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A comprehensive review is presented on current research and development activities of electrospun nanofibers incorporated with different antimicrobial agents. The effects of loading antimicrobial agents on the characteristics of precursor solutions with different polymer systems and properties of resultant electrospun nanofibers are summarized.
Synthesis and Applications of Electrospun Nanofibers examines processing techniques for nanofibers and their applications in a variety of industry sectors, including energy, agriculture and biomedicine.
The book gives readers a thorough understanding of both electrospinning and interfacial polymerization techniques for their production. This book provides a state-of-the-art review on the applications of electrospun nanofibers for piezoelectric and triboelectric energy harvesting.
It comprises eight chapters, covering the basis of electrospinning, nanofibers, piezoelectricity, triboelectricity and the emerging research on the use of nanofibers in energy harvesting devices.
Electrospun nanofibers are light weight with high surface-to-volume ratio, adjustable fiber diameter/morphology, and well-controlled functionality, making them a very important nanomaterial for.
The prospective applications of enzyme immobilized electrospun nanofibers in the development of biosensors, biofuel cells and biocatalysts are also discussed. Read more Article. Electrospun Nanofibers offers systematic and comprehensive coverage for academic researchers, industry professionals, and postgraduate students working in the field of fiber science.
Electrospinning is the most commercially successful process for the production of nanofibers and rising demand is driving research and development in this field. Electrospun Materials for Tissue Engineering and Biomedical Applications, examines the rapid development of electrospun materials for use in tissue engineering and biomedical applications.
With a strong focus on fundamental materials science and engineering, this book also looks at successful technology transfers to the biomedical industry. Electrospun Nanofibers: From Rational Design, Fabrication to Electrochemical Sensing Applications. By Jianshe Huang and Tianyan You.
Submitted: April 25th Reviewed: September 20th Published: December 11th DOI: /Cited by: This book offers a comprehensive review of the latest advances in developing functional electrospun nanofibers for energy and environmental applications, which include fuel cells, lithium-ion batteries, solar cells, supercapacitors, energy storage materials, sensors, filtration materials, protective clothing, catalysis, structurally-colored fibers, oil spill cleanup, self-cleaning materials.
Why nanofibers are better than normal nonwovens. When material is reaching nanofiber diameters it get some new unique properties. In definition nanometerial is a material where at least one dimension is less than nm.
In case of electrospun nanofibers the smallest dimension (diameter) is. Electrospun PU nanofiber mats exhibiting good mechanical properties may have a wide variety of potential applications in high-performance air filters, protective textiles, wound dressing materials, sensors, drug delivery, etc.
This chapter deals with the electrospinning of polyurethane nanofibers and their potential by: 1. Discussing the electrospinning process, the book covers in great depth the current research interest in nanoscience and nanotechnology, especially electrospinning of polymer nanofibers.
The main distinction of the proposed book from others devoted to the electrospinning process is in the consideration of the problem in question from the Price: $ Over the past 15 years, our group has extensively explored the use of electrospun nanofibers for a range of applications.
Here we mainly focus on two examples: (i) use of ceramic nanofibers as catalytic supports for noble-metal nanoparticles and (ii) exploration of polymeric nanofibers as scaffolding materials for tissue regeneration.
Because Cited by: In addition, electrospun nanofibers can be assembled into ordered arrays or hierarchical structures by manipulation of their alignment, stacking, and/or folding. All of these attributes make electrospun nanofibers well-suited for a broad spectrum of applications, including those related to air filtration, water purification, heterogeneous Cited by: Discussing the electrospinning process, the book covers in great depth the current research interest in nanoscience and nanotechnology, especially electrospinning of polymer nanofibers.
The main distinction of the proposed book from others devoted to the electrospinning process is in the considerati. Electrospun Nanofibers Research: Recent Developments (Nanotechnolgy Science and Technology) UK ed. Edition by A. Haghi (Author, Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.
ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit. more applications of electrospun nanofibers in practice. The purpose of this book is to provide a systematic introduction of electrospinning and electrospun is written based on Pro-fessor Tong Lin’s syllabus to teach the nanotechnology majored stu.
Nanomedicine (Lond). Mar;11(6) doi: /nnm Epub Jan 8. Review of recent research on biomedical applications of electrospun polymer Cited by: COVID Resources.
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Highly crystalline MOF-based materials grown on electrospun nanofibers present work we report the synthesis of a novel composite architecture of MOF materials supported on a flexible mat of electrospun nanofibers.
The system, based on three-dimensional interwoven nanofibers, was designed by using a low-cost and scalable multistep synthesis Cited by: Discussing the electrospinning process, the book covers in great depth the current research interest in nanoscience and nanotechnology, especially electrospinning of polymer nanofibers.
The main distinction of the proposed book from others devoted to the electrospinning process is in the consideration of the problem in question from the. Biodegradable nanofibers produced by electrospinning represent a new class of promising scaffolds to support nerve regeneration.
We begin with a brief discussion on the electrospinning of nanofibers and methods for controlling the structure, porosity, and alignment of the electrospun methods include control of the nanoscale morphology and microscale alignment of the nanofibers.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm. Contents: The reinforcing of polyaniline fibres using single walled carbon nanotubes / V. Mottaghitalab, B. Xi, G.M.
Spinks and G.G. Wallace --The development and characterisation of polyaniline-single called carbon nanotube composite fibres using 2-acrylamido-2 methyl Fabrication of PLGA nanofiber scaffolds by electrospinning. The electrospinning setup used in the present work was described in detail in our previous publications.
5 The solution for electrospinning was prepared by dissolving PLGA in a solvent mixture of DCM and DMF with a volume ratio of at a concentration of 25%. The solution was loaded into a 5 mL plastic syringe with a 22 Cited by: Strength of structural materials and fibers is usually increased at the expense of strain at failure and toughness.
Recent experimental studies have demonstrated improvements in modulus and strength of electrospun polymer nanofibers with reduction of their diameter. Nanofiber toughness has not been analyzed; however, from the classical materials property trade-off, one can expect it to decrease.
these fibers are referred to as nanofibers. Due to the low mass production rates of electrospun fibers from traditional single jets , alternative methods with potential for higher production rates are desired. The single jet electrospinning process is commonly used by many research groups to.
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Discover new and emerging applications of polymer nanofibers alongside the basic underlying science and technology. With discussions exploring such practical applications as filters, fabrics, sensors, catalysts, scaffolding, drug delivery, and wound dressings, the book provides polymer scientists and engineers with a comprehensive, practical "how-to" reference.
Electrospun Polymer Nanofibers Arkadii Arinstein Discussing the electrospinning process, the book covers in great depth the current research interest in nanoscience and nanotechnology, especially electrospinning of polymer nanofibers. Electrospinning is a fiber production method which uses electric force to draw charged threads of polymer solutions or polymer melts up to fiber diameters in the order of some hundred nanometers.
Electrospinning shares characteristics of both electrospraying and conventional solution dry spinning of fibers. The process does not require the use of coagulation chemistry or high temperatures to. Heterojunction nanofibers of PAN decorated with sulfate doped Ag 3 PO 4 nanoparticles (SO 4 2−-Ag 3 PO 4 /PAN electrospun nanofibers) were successfully fabricated by combining simple and versatile electrospinning technique with ion exchange reaction.
The novel material possessing good flexibility could exhibit superior antibacterial property over sulfate undoped species (Ag 3 PO 4 /PAN. Nanofibers themselves are a polymer material that is really tiny, you have to imagine that they are around times smaller than a human hair. Electrospun Nanofibers from AZoNetwork on Vimeo.
A device made of needleless spun nanofibers generated V and μA outputs while the one from needle electrospun nanofibers only produced V and μA, under the same conditions. This is explained by the higher applied voltage used in needleless electrospinning leading to a higher β crystal phase and better molecular orientation.
Lee SS, Bai H, Liu Z, Sun DD () Novel-structured electrospun TiO 2 /CuO composite nanofibers for high efficient photocatalytic cogeneration of clean water and energy from dye wastewater.
Water Res 47(12)– doi: / Google ScholarCited by: Electrospun Polymer Nanofibers - CRC Press Book. Discussing the electrospinning process, the book covers in great depth the current research interest in nanoscience and nanotechnology, especially electrospinning of polymer nanofibers.
The main distinction of the proposed book from others devoted to the electrospinning process is in the considerati. Discussing the electrospinning process, the book covers in great depth the current research interest in nanoscience and nanotechnology, especially electrospinning of polymer nanofibers.
The main distinction of the proposed book from others devoted to the electrospinning process is in the consideration of the problem in question from the Cited by: 2.
Fundamentals of Electrospinning & Electrospun Nanofibers. By: Tong Lin and Jian Fang, Institute for Frontier Materials, Deakin University.
NEW. A comprehensive reference analyzing the methods whereby nanofibers are spun, collected and fabricated into various fibrous structures. I would recommend this book for students and researchers of various fields interested in the electrospinning process and nanotechnology research.
This publication is valuable and comprehensive and will guide the reader through all steps of the creation, application and characterization of Cited by: This book offers a comprehensive review of the latest advances in developing functional electrospun nanofibers for energy and environmental applications, which include fuel cells, lithium-ion batteries, solar cells, supercapacitors, energy storage materials, sensors, filtration materials, protective clothing, catalysis, structurally-colored fibers, oil spill cleanup, self-cleaning materials Format: Paperback.
[email protected] nanoparticles decorated on cellulose paper could be worthful biomedical applications. Electrospinning technique is broadly employed for fabrication of nano and micro size fibers with a variety of biopolymers adding cellulose acetate nanofibers.
Evolutions in cellulose research demonstrate that it is an anticipating material for the biomedical : Kaleemullah Kalwar, Ming Shen.
Amaresh C Pradhan * and Tamer Uyar* “Electrospun Fe2O3 Entrenched SiO2 Supported N− and S− Dual Incorporated TiO2 Nanofibers Derived from Mixed Polymeric Template/Surfactant: Enrich Mesoporosity within Nanofibers, Effective Charge Separation and Visible Light Photocatalysis Activity” Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 58, Fundamentals of Electrospinning & Electrospun Nanofibers reviews and analyzes the methods whereby nanofibers are spun, collected and fabricated into various fibrous structures.
The text explains the workings, quantitative specifications and set-up of virtually all formation technologies, including solvent and solvent-free, as well as needle and needleless spinning methods for nanofibers made.Recent studies have demonstrated the potential of electrospun chitosan nanofibers for bone tissue engineering and the high affinity of bone cells to their nanofiber scaffolds.
In Ref.the electrospun chitosan was found to enhance cell growth with spherical morphology and mineral‐rich matrix deposition by osteoblasts in by: