An introduction to healthcare and medical textiles by Zhong, Wen

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2006). This combination of chemical and mechanical approaches may bring about cleaner fibrils than the mere mechanical ones, but may cause damage to the fibers. “Cellulose” used to be a term for the fibrillar cell wall of various plants. , 2000). , 2003). This product can be a useful material for biomedical applications because of its high purity and crystallinity, and its relatively low production cost, as well. These extraction methods were developed to liberate natural nanofibrils in their original forms from the specific matrices in which they grow.

2000). , 2003). This product can be a useful material for biomedical applications because of its high purity and crystallinity, and its relatively low production cost, as well. These extraction methods were developed to liberate natural nanofibrils in their original forms from the specific matrices in which they grow. Most of the other fabrication methods involve the assembling of polymers—either extracted from natural resources or synthesized from monomers—into nanofibers. These regenerated or synthetic nanofibers will be explained in the next few sections.

2007). Humidity, another important ambient condition, has variant effects on the electrospun nanofibers depending on their chemical natures. , 2004). It is worth noting that the above factors that affect the morphology and properties of electrospun nanofibers are not independent. They play synergistic roles in determining the performance of the final nanofibers. It is therefore essential that ALL these factors be taken into consideration before the electrospinning process for any ONE specific polymer.

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