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See detailResolving Inclusion Structure and Deformation Mechanisms in Polylactide Plasticized by Reactive Extrusion
Bruster, Berit; Amozoqueno, Camilo; Grysan, P. et al

in Macromolecular Materials and Engineering (2017)

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See detailMorphology and Core Continuity of Liquid-crystal-functionalized, Coaxially Electrospun Fiber Mats Tuned Via the Polymer Sheath Solution
Scalia, Giusy; Enz, Eva; Calò, Oronzo et al

in Macromolecular Materials and Engineering (2013), 298(5), 583-589

By electrospinning liquid crystals coaxially inside a polymer sheath, responsive fibers with application potential, e.g., in wearable sensors can be produced. We conduct a combined scanning electron ... [more ▼]

By electrospinning liquid crystals coaxially inside a polymer sheath, responsive fibers with application potential, e.g., in wearable sensors can be produced. We conduct a combined scanning electron/polarizing microscopy study of such fibers, concluding that a match between the properties of the sheath solution and that of the core fluid is vital for achieving well-formed and well-filled fibers. Problems that may otherwise arise are fibers that are continuously filled, but partially collapsed; or fibers in which the core breaks up into droplets due to a mismatch in elongational viscosity between inner and outer fluids. [less ▲]

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