By Zhenyu Li, Ce Wang (auth.)

One-Dimensional Nanostructures: Electrospinning approach and distinct Nanofibers is a accomplished booklet depicting the electrospinning approach and comparable 1D specified electrospun nanofibers. the 1st a part of the e-book specializes in electrospinning approach, with chapters describing Electrospinning setup, electrospinning theories, and comparable operating parameter. the second one a part of the booklet describes intimately particular subject matters on tips on how to keep an eye on the electrospun fiber houses akin to tips on how to keep an eye on the fiber course, find out how to keep watch over the fiber floor morphology, tips to regulate the fiber constitution, and the way to build 3D buildings via electrospun fibers. the ultimate a part of the booklet depicts the purposes of the electrospun nanofibers, with sections describing intimately particular fields equivalent to electrospun nanofiber reinforcement, filtration, digital units, lithium-ion batteries, gas cells, biomedical box, and so forth.

One-Dimensional Nanostructures: Electrospinning process and designated Nanofibers is designed to carry state of the art on electrospinning jointly right into a unmarried booklet and should be precious source for scientists within the electrospinning box and different scientists desirous about biomedical box, mechanical box, fabrics, and effort box.

Dr. Zhenyu Li is an affiliate professor on the Dept. of Chemistry, Jilin college, Changchun, P. R. China. at present, he additionally holds the location in Australian destiny Fibres study & Innovation Centre, Institute for Frontier fabrics, Deakin college, Geelong, Victoria, Australia.

Dr. Ce Wang is a professor on the Dept. of Chemistry, Jilin collage, Changchun, P. R. China.

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22]. Copyright 2003 by American Chemical Society Fig. 11 a Optical micrograph of grid formed by stacking two layers of aligned nanofibers. b SEM image of simple device structures fabricated in this method. The inset in b shows a typical I–V curve measured from a single Sb-doped SnO2 nanofiber. Reprinted with the permission from Ref. [22]. 1 Fibers Direction: Modification of Electrospinning Setup 37 Fig. 12 Schematic illustration of the electrospinning setup containing four (a) and six (c) counter-conductive collectors (Au electrodes deposited on quartz wafers).

16 SEM images of the PVAc (a and a’’), PVDF (b and b’’), and PAN (c and c’’) electrospun fibers with low and high magnifications through liquid-bath collectors. Reprinted with permission from Ref. [27]. 2 Fiber Surface Morphology Control In general, polymer nanofiber obtained by electrospinning technique exhibits solidified nanofibers with smooth surface. For selected applications, it is desirable to control not only the fiber diameter, but also fiber surface morphology. Generally, fiber surface morphology control was mainly focused on constructing pores and lines on surface.

38). 56 3 Electrospun Fibers Properties Fig. 37 TEM images of the ZnO hollow fibers obtained via single-syringe electrospinning with low and high magnifications, respectively. Reprinted with the permission from Ref. [55]. Copyright 2009 by American Chemical Society Fig. 38 Schematic illustration of the formation of hollow ZnO structures. Reprinted with the permission from Ref. [55]. 5 Hollow and Complex Structures Through Calcination Recently, Guan and his groups [56, 57] successfully fabricated and solidified (Fig.

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