Nano-scale process may speed arrival of cheaper hi-tech products

Edinburgh team uses electrospinning to make nanofibres with functional nanoparticles on their surfaces; potentially accelerating development of novel technologies Nanoparticles are increasingly finding applications in high-tech products, but remain difficult to produce reliably. Researchers at Edinburgh University, working with the Californian Institute of Technology, have now devised a method to make nanofibres “decorated” with mineral […] The post Candyfloss spinning technique produces fibres containing nanoparticles appeared first on The Engineer.

Candyfloss spinning technique produces fibres containing nanoparticles

Edinburgh team uses electrospinning to make nanofibres with functional nanoparticles on their surfaces; potentially accelerating development of novel technologies Nanoparticles are increasingly ...

Fri 9 Nov 18 from The Engineer

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