Diversity of Nanofibers from Electrospinning: from Graphitic Carbons to Ternary Oxides - PDF

Diversity of Nanofibers from Electrospinning: from Graphitic Carbons to Ternary Oxides
A study of the different methods in obtaining polymer fibers with nanoscopic diameter to applications to materials such as graphitic carbons, semiconductors (such as SnO2), insulators (such as the Perovskite PZT), and ternary oxides.
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