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Characterization of Electrospun Poly(p-dioxanone) and Poly(p-dioxanone)/Clay Nanocomposite Fibers

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PPDO was successfully electrospun into continuous, ultrafine fibers by using DMSO as solvent for the first time. The concentration of PPDO in DMSO and the electrospinning temperature were optimized. PPDO/LAP nanocomposites were also electrospun in DMSO. At 70 °C, ultrafine PPDO fibers were obtained from 35 wt% solution and the PPDO/LAP nanocomposite fibers were yielded from 55 wt% solution. Electrospun fibers of the PPDO/LAP nanocomposites showed higher degree of crystallinity due to the presence of embedded nanoparticles.
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Keywords: DIMETHYL SULPHOXIDE (DMSO); ELECTROSPINNING; LAPONITE (LAP); NANOCOMPOSITE FIBERS; POLY(P-DIOXANONE) (PPDO)

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2011-02-01

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