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Chapter 16: Electrospinning of polymer solutions

Mohan, S. D., Ahn, K.-h., Davis, F. J. and Mitchell, G. R. (2013) Chapter 16: Electrospinning of polymer solutions. In: Mitchell, G. R. (ed.) Rheology : theory, properties and practical applications. Nova Science Publishers, New York, pp. 411-442. ISBN 9781626189997

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Electrospinning is a technique that involves the production of nanoscale to microscale sized polymer fibres through the application of an electric field to a droplet of polymer solution passed through a spinneret tip. This chapter considers the optimisisation of the electrospinning process and in particular the variation with solution concentration. We show the strong connection between overlapping chains and the successful spinning of fibres. We use small-angle neutron scattering to evaluate the molecular conformations in the solutions and in the fibres.

Item Type:Book or Report Section
Divisions:Interdisciplinary centres and themes > Chemical Analysis Facility (CAF) > Electron Microscopy Laboratory (CAF)
ID Code:32519
Publisher:Nova Science Publishers

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