Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Electrospinning - Material Technology of the Future

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Academic Editor

Tomasz Arkadiusz Tański
Tomasz Arkadiusz Tański

Silesian University of Technology,
Poland

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Pawel Jarka
Pawel Jarka

Silesian University of Technology,
Poland

Published31 August 2022

Doi10.5772/intechopen.97902

ISBN978-1-80355-343-6

Print ISBN978-1-80355-342-9

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-80355-344-3

Copyright year2022

Number of pages144

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Table of Contents

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1. Active Electrospun Mats: A Promising Material for Active Food Packaging

By Cristian Patiño Vidal, Cristina Muñoz-Shugulí, Marcelo Patiño Vidal, María José Galotto and Carol López de Dicastillo

445
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2. Electrospun Polymeric Substrates for Tissue Engineering: Viewpoints on Fabrication, Application, and Challenges

By Azadeh Izadyari Aghmiuni, Arezoo Ghadi, Elmira Azmoun, Niloufar Kalantari, Iman Mohammadi and Hossein Hemati Kordmahaleh

140
4. Biomass Electrospinning: Recycling Materials for Green Economy Applications

By Farai Dziike, Phylis Makurunje and Refilwe Matshitse

353
5. Electrospinning of Fiber Matrices from Polyhydroxybutyrate for the Controlled Release Drug Delivery Systems

By Anatoly A. Olkhov, Svetlana G. Karpova, Anna V. Bychkova, Alexandre A. Vetcher and Alexey L. Iordanskii

105
6. Functional Nanofibers for Sensors

By Stanislav Petrík and Mayza Ibrahim

231

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