Comparison of single-needle and nozzle-free electrospinning methods

Luca Éva Uhljar, Norbert Radacsi, Rita Ambrus

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The most common and simplest way to produce nanofibers is electrospinning (ES), a process in which a liquid jet is generated by an electric force and is then transported towards the collector. The easiest way to form nanofibers from electrospinning solution is by single-needle ES, where fibers are formed through a metal nozzle. Since only one jet is formed through the needle at a time, the productivity of single-needle ES is low. In contrast, nozzle-free equipment can increase the productivity and could be used for massively producing nanofibers.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
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Publication statusPublished - 2022
EventSymposium of Young Researchers on Pharmaceutical Technology, Biotechnology and Regulatory Science - Szeged, Hungary
Duration: 19 Jan 202221 Jan 2022

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ConferenceSymposium of Young Researchers on Pharmaceutical Technology, Biotechnology and Regulatory Science
Country/TerritoryHungary
CitySzeged
Period19/01/2221/01/22

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