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              在Web of Knowledge 网站,以electrospinning or electrospun 为主题词,将时间跨度限定为2016 年,可检索到的文献总数为2214篇。对已检索文献进一步筛选,排除专利、图书章节等非期刊发表物,则文献总数缩小为2077 篇。这其中地区为中国 (Peoples R China) 的共有795篇,约占总数的38%,是所有国家和地区中数量最多的。文章数量排在其次的是美国和韩国,分别为313 篇和244 篇。



              1. Jiang, Z.-Q., et al.Highly sensitive acetone sensor based on Eu-doped SnO2 electrospun nanofibers.CERAMICS INTERNATIONAL,42(14):15881-15888

              2.Zhao, R., et al.Surface Activated Hydrothermal Carbon-Coated Electrospun PAN Fiber Membrane with Enhanced Adsorption Properties for Herbicide.ACS SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY & ENGINEERING,4(5): 2584-2592

              3.Sun, B.-L., et al.Hierarchical aminated PAN/gamma-AlOOH electrospun composite nanofibers and their heavy metal ion adsorption performance.JOURNAL OF THE TAIWAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS,62: 219-227

              4.Zhang, Z., et al.Fabrication of Au nanoparticles supported on CoFe2O4 nanotubes by polyaniline assisted self-assembly strategy and their magnetically recoverable catalytic properties. APPLIED SURFACE SCIENCE,363: 578-585

              5.Xin, Y., et al.Full-fiber piezoelectric sensor by straight PVDF/nanoclay nanofibers.MATERIALS LETTERS,164: 136-139

              6.Zhang, X.-T., et al.Carbon nanofiber matrix with embedded LaCO3OH synchronously captures phosphate and organic carbon to starve bacteria.JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A, 4(33): 12799-12806

              7.Nie, G.-D., et al.CoOx nanoparticles embedded in porous graphite carbon nanofibers derived from electrospun polyacrylonitrile@polypyrrole core-shell nanostructures for high-performance supercapacitors.RSC ADVANCES,6(60): 54693-54701

              8.Yang, Z.-Z., et al.Palladium nanoparticles modified electrospun CoFe2O4 nanotubes with enhanced peroxidase-like activity for colorimetric detection of hydrogen peroxide.RSC ADVANCES,6(40): 33636-33642

              9.Jiang, Y.-Z., et al.Synergistic effect of ternary electrospun TiO2/Fe2O3/PPy composite nanofibers on peroxidase-like mimics with enhanced catalytic performance.RSC ADVANCES,6(37): 31107-31113


              1.Li, D.-W., et al.A comparison of nanoscale and multiscale PCL/gelatin scaffolds prepared by disc-electrospinning.COLLOIDS AND SURFACES B-BIOINTERFACES, 146: 632-641

              2.Zhang, K.-L., et alElectrospun nanoyarn seeded with myoblasts induced from placental stem cells for the application of stress urinary incontinence sling: An in vitro study.COLLOIDS AND SURFACES B-BIOINTERFACES,144: 21-32

              3.Bhutto, M.-A., et al.Fabrication and characterization of vitamin B5 loaded poly (L-lactide-co-caprolactone)/silk fiber aligned electrospun nanofibers for schwann cell proliferation .COLLOIDS AND SURFACES B-BIOINTERFACES,144: 108-117

              4.Zhou, T., et al.Electrospun tilapia collagen nanofibers accelerating wound healing via inducing keratinocytes proliferation and differentiation.COLLOIDS AND SURFACES B-BIOINTERFACES,143: 415-422

              5.Chen, W.-M., et al.Superelastic, superabsorbent and 3D nanofiber-assembled scaffold for tissue engineering.COLLOIDS AND SURFACES B-BIOINTERFACES,142: 165-172

              6.El-Aassar, M.-R., et al.Electrospun Polyvinyl Alcohol/ Pluronic F127 Blended Nanofibers Containing Titanium Dioxide for Antibacterial Wound Dressing.APPLIED BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY,178(8): 1488-1502

              7.Zhan, J.-C., et al.Preparation and characterization of electrospun in-situ cross-linked gelatin-graphite oxide nanofibers.JOURNAL OF BIOMATERIALS SCIENCE-POLYMER EDITION,27(5): 385-402

              8.Zhan, J.-C., et al.Electrospun silk fibroin-poly (lactic-co-glycolic acid) membrane for nerve tissue engineering.JOURNAL OF BIOACTIVE AND COMPATIBLE POLYMERS,31(2): 208-224

              9.Zhan, J.-C., et al.In vitro evaluation of electrospun gelatin-glutaraldehyde nanofibers .FRONTIERS OF MATERIALS SCIENCE,10(1): 90-100

              10. Zhu, T.-H., et al.A facile approach for the fabrication of nano-attapulgite/poly(vinyl pyrrolidone)/biopolymers core-sheath ultrafine fibrous mats for drug controlled release.RSC ADVANCES,6(55): 49817-49823

              11.Bhutto, M.-A., et alDevelopment of poly (L-lactide-co-caprolactone) multichannel nerve conduit with aligned electrospun nanofibers for Schwann cell proliferation.INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF POLYMERIC MATERIALS AND POLYMERIC BIOMATERIALS,65(7): 323-329

              12.Zheng, X.-Y., et al.Enhancement of chondrogenic differentiation of rabbit mesenchymal stem cells by oriented nanofiber yarn-collagen type I/hyaluronate hybrid.MATERIALS SCIENCE & ENGINEERING C-MATERIALS FOR BIOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS,58: 1071-1076


              1.Liang, G.-M., et al.Ultrafine TiO2 Decorated Carbon Nanofibers as Multifunctional Interlayer for High-Performance Lithium-Sulfur Battery.ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES,8(35): 23105-23113

              2.Nan, D., et al.Electrospun N-doped porous carbon nanofiber webs as anodes for lithium-ion batteries .NEW CARBON MATERIALS,31(4): 393-398

              3.Wang M.-X., et al.Preparation of porous carbon nanofibers with controllable pore structures for low-concentration NO removal at room temperature.NEW CARBON MATERIALS,31(3): 277-286

              4.Le, T.-H., et al.Polyimide-based porous hollow carbon nanofibers for supercapacitor electrode .JOURNAL OF APPLIED POLYMER SCIENCE,133: 19

              5. Wu, J.-X., et al.A honeycomb-cobweb inspired hierarchical core-shell structure design for electrospun silicon/carbon fibers as lithium-ion battery anodes.CARBON,98: 582-591

              6.Zhang, X.-Z., et al.Mesoporous Cr2O3 nanotubes as an efficient catalyst for Li-O-2 batteries with low charge potential and enhanced cyclic performance.JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A,4(20): 7727-7735

              7.Zhan, C.-Z., et al.Nitrogen-rich hierarchical porous hollow carbon nanofibers for high-performance supercapacitor electrodes .RSC ADVANCES,6(47): 41473-41476

              8.Guo, Z.-Y., et al.Modifying porous carbon nanofibers with MnOx-CeO2-Al2O3 mixed oxides for NO catalytic oxidation at room temperature .CATALYSIS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 6(2): 422-425


              1.Zhang, Y-F., et al.In-situ synthesis of nanofibers with various ratios of BiOClx/BiOBry/BiOIz for effective trichloroethylene photocatalytic degradation.APPLIED SURFACE SCIENCE,384: p, 192-199

              2.Shao,W.-L., et al.A biomimetic multilayer nanofiber fabric fabricated by electrospinning and textile technology from polylactic acid and Tussah silk fibroin as a scaffold for bone tissue engineering.MATERIALS SCIENCE & ENGINEERING C-MATERIALS FOR BIOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS,67: 599-610

              3.Zhai, Y.-Y., et al.Closely packed x-poly(ethylene glycol diacrylate) coated polyetherimide/poly(vinylidene fluoride) fiber separators for lithium ion batteries with enhanced thermostability and improved electrolyte wettability.JOURNAL OF POWER SOURCES,325: 292-300

              4.Iqbal, N.-S., et al.Highly flexible NiCo2O4/CNTs doped carbon nanofibers for CO2 adsorption and supercapacitor electrodes.JOURNAL OF COLLOID AND INTERFACE SCIENCE, 476: 87-93

              5.Fu, Q.-x., et al.Scalable Fabrication of Electrospun Nanofibrous Membranes Functionalized with Citric Acid for High-Performance Protein Adsorption.ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES, 8(18): 11819-11829

              6.Shao,W.-L., et al.Enhanced bone formation in electrospun poly(L-lactic-co-glycolic acid)-tussah silk fibroin ultrafine nanofiber scaffolds incorporated with graphene oxide.MATERIALS SCIENCE & ENGINEERING C-MATERIALS FOR BIOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS, 62: 823-834

              7.Zhou,Y.-M.,et al.Carbon nanofiber yarns fabricated from co-electrospun nanofibers.MATERIALS & DESIGN,95: 591-598

              8.Zhang, S.-C., et al.Anti-deformed Polyacrylonitrile/Polysulfone Composite Membrane with Binary Structures for Effective Air Filtration. ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES, 8(12): 8086-8095

              9.Sheng, J.-L., et al.Thermal inter-fiber adhesion of the polyacrylonitrile/fluorinated polyurethane nanofibrous membranes with enhanced waterproof-breathable performance.SEPARATION AND PURIFICATION TECHNOLOGY,158: 53-61

              10.Iqbal, N.-S., et al.Cobalt oxide nanoparticles embedded in flexible carbon nanofibers: attractive material for supercapacitor electrodes and CO2 adsorption.RSC ADVANCES,6(57): 52171-52179

              11.Ge, J.-J., et al. Elastic and hierarchical porous carbon nanofibrous membranes incorporated with NiFe2O4 nanocrystals for highly efficient capacitive energy storage.NANOSCALE, 8(4): 2195-2204

              12.Ge,J.-L., et al.Polybenzoxazine-based highly porous carbon nanofibrous membranes hybridized by tin oxide nanoclusters: durable mechanical elasticity and capacitive performance .JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A ,4 (20): 7795-7804

              13.Sheng, J.-L., et al.Thermally induced chemical cross-linking reinforced fluorinated polyurethane/polyacrylonitrile/polyvinyl butyral nanofibers for waterproof-breathable application . RSC ADVANCES,6(35): 29629-29637

              14.Mao,X.,et al.Brittle-flexible-brittle transition in nanocrystalline zirconia nanofibrous membranes.CRYSTENGCOMM,18(7) :1139-1146


              1.Zhang, X., et al.3D MoS2 nanosheet/TiO2 nanofiber heterostructures with enhanced photocatalytic activity under UV irradiation.JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS,686: 137-144

              2.Lu, N., et al.CuO nanoparticles/nitrogen-doped carbon nanofibers modified glassy carbon electrodes for non-enzymatic glucose sensors with improved sensitivity.CERAMICS INTERNATIONAL ,42(9): 11285-11293

              3.Miao, F.-J., et al.Electrospun Carbon Nanofibers/Carbon Nanotubes/Polyaniline Ternary Composites with Enhanced Electrochemical Performance for Flexible Solid-State Supercapacitors .ACS SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY & ENGINEERING,4(3): 1689-1696

              4.Wang, K.-x, et al.Heterojunctions of p-BiOI Nanosheets/n-TiO2 Nanofibers: Preparation and Enhanced Visible-Light Photocatalytic Activity.MATERIALS,9(2)

              5.Miao, F.-J., et al.Polyaniline-coated electrospun carbon nanofibers with high mass loading and enhanced capacitive performance as freestanding electrodes for flexible solid-state supercapacitors.ENERGY,95:233-241

              6.Wei, X.-B., et al.Facile in situ synthesis of plasmonic nanoparticles-decorated g-C3N4/TiO2 heterojunction nanofibers and comparison study of their photosynergistic effects for efficient photocatalytic H-2 evolution .NANOSCALE, 8(21):11034-11043

              7.Miao, F.-J., et al.Flexible solid-state supercapacitors based on freestanding nitrogen-doped porous carbon nanofibers derived from electrospun polyacrylonitrile@polyaniline nanofibers .JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A,4(11): 4180-4187


              1.Ke, H.-Z., et al.Electrospun polystyrene nanofibrous membranes for direct contact membrane distillation.JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE SCIENCE,515: 86-97

              2.Nie, Q.-X., et al.Ammonia gas sensors based on In2O3/PANI hetero-nanofibers operating at room temperature.BEILSTEIN JOURNAL OF NANOTECHNOLOGY,7: 1312-1321

              3.Zhang, J.-N., et al.Preparation of a cellulose acetate/organic montmorillonite composite porous ultrafine fiber membrane for enzyme immobilizatione.JOURNAL OF APPLIED POLYMER SCIENCE,133(33)

              4. Luo, L., et al.Electrospun ZnO-SnO2 composite nanofibers with enhanced electrochemical performance as lithium-ion anodes.CERAMICS INTERNATIONAL, 42(9): 10826-10832

              5.Qiao, H., et al.Electrospun synthesis and electrochemical property of zinc ferrite nanofibers .IONICS,22(6): 967-974

              6.Pang, Z.-Y., et al.A room temperature ammonia gas sensor based on cellulose/TiO2/PANI composite nanofibers.COLLOIDS AND SURFACES A-PHYSICOCHEMICAL AND ENGINEERING ASPECTS ,494: 248-255

              7.Wang, X., et al.The Morphology of Taylor Cone Influenced by Different Coaxial Composite Nozzle Structures .FIBERS AND POLYMERS,17(4): 624-629

              8.Yang, J., et al.TiO2-CuCNFs based laccase biosensor for enhanced electrocatalysis in hydroquinone detection .JOURNAL OF ELECTROANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY,766: 16-23

              9.Huang, F.-L., et al.Electrochemical Properties of LLTO/Fluoropolymer-Shell Cellulose-Core Fibrous Membrane for Separator of High Performance Lithium-Ion Battery.MATERIALS, 9(2)

              10.Li, G.-H., et al.Laccase immobilized on PAN/O-MMT composite nanofibers support for substrate bioremediation: a de novo adsorption and biocatalytic synergy.RSC ADVANCES, 6(47): 41420-41427

              11.Zhou, H.-M., et al.The enhanced gas-sensing and photocatalytic performance of hollow and hollow core-shell SnO2-based nanofibers induced by the Kirkendall effect.CERAMICS INTERNATIONAL, 42(1): 1817-1826


              1.Yu, D.-D., et al.Electrospinning, solvothermal, and self-assembly synthesis of recyclable and renewable AgBr-TiO2/CNFs with excellent visible-light responsive photocatalysis .JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS,683: 329-338

              2.Yu, D.-D., et al.AgI-modified TiO2 supported by PAN nanofibers: A heterostructured composite with enhanced visible-light catalytic activity in degrading.MODYES AND PIGMENTS,133: 51-59

              3.Yu, D.-D., et al.Fabrication of AgI-TiO2 loaded on carbon nanofibers and its excellent recyclable and renewable performance in visible-light catalysis.JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR CATALYSIS A-CHEMICAL,420: 1-10

              4.Gu, Y.-L., et al.One-step solvothermal synthesis of Au-TiO2 loaded electrospun carbon fibers to enhance photocatalytic activity .VACUUM,130: 1-6

              5.Gu, Y.-L., et al.The Construction of Au/Carbon Nanocomposite Material, Characterization and Their Application in Catalytic Reaction of Styrene Epoxidation.JOURNAL OF CLUSTER SCIENCE,27(4): 1147-1158

              6.Yu, D.-D., et al.An System of Pd NPs/PAN Composite Fiber Catalyst Adhere to the Aluminum Reactor and Its Catalytic Application in Suzuki Reaction.JOURNAL OF INORGANIC AND ORGANOMETALLIC POLYMERS AND MATERIALS, 26(4) 914-920

              7.Guo, S.-J., et al.The controllable preparation of electrospun carbon fibers supported Pd nanoparticles catalyst and its application in Suzuki and Heck reactions.CHINESE CHEMICAL LETTERS,27(3): 459-463 .

              8.Wang, Q., et al.A Simple Method to Prepare Bimetallic Ag-Cu/Cu2O Carbon Fibers Applied in the Regulation of Styrene Epoxidation Reaction.JOURNAL OF INORGANIC AND ORGANOMETALLIC POLYMERS AND MATERIALS,26(2): 488-493

              9.Wang, Q., et al.Synthesis of Ag Porous Carbon Nanofiber by Electrospinning and Their Use as Catalyst for Styrene Epoxidation.SYNTHESIS AND REACTIVITY IN INORGANIC METAL-ORGANIC AND NANO-METAL CHEMISTRY,46(12): 1773-1778


              1.Liu, Y., et al.A new scheme to acquire BaY2F8:Er3+ nanofibers with upconversion luminescence.JOURNAL OF MATERIALS SCIENCE-MATERIALS IN ELECTRONICS,27(9) : 9152-9158

              2.Cheng, L., et al.A new route to fabricate PbS nanofibers and PbSe nanofibers via electrospinning combined with double-crucible technique.JOURNAL OF MATERIALS SCIENCE-MATERIALS IN ELECTRONICS,27(9) : 9772-9779

              3.Liu, Y., et al.Er3+ doped BaYF5 nanofibers: facile construction technique, structure and upconversion luminescence.JOURNAL OF MATERIALS SCIENCE-MATERIALS IN ELECTRONICS,27(5): 5277-5283

              Yang, M., et al.Single Flexible Nanofiber to Simultaneously Realize Electricity-Magnetism Bifunctionality.MATERIALS RESEARCH-IBERO-AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MATERIALS,19(2): 308-313

              5.Liu, Y.-W., et al.Flexible hollow nanofibers: Novel one-pot electrospinning construction, structure and tunable luminescence-electricity-magnetism trifunctionality.CHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL,284: 831-840

              6.Zhao, J., et al.Electrospinning construction of Bi2WO6/RGO composite nanofibers with significantly enhanced photocatalytic water splitting activity.RSC ADVANCES,6(69): 64741-64748

              7.Xu, S., et al.Novel construction technique, structure and photocatalysis of Y2O2CN2 nanofibers and nanobelts .RSC ADVANCES,6(49): 43322-43329

              8.Tian, J., et al.Flexible Janus nanoribbons to help obtain simultaneous color-tunable enhanced photoluminescence, magnetism and electrical conduction trifunctionality.RSC ADVANCES,6(42): 36180-36191


              1.Leng, F.-F., et al.Electrospun polycrystalline LixFe0.2Mn0.8PO4/carbon composite fibers for lithium-ion battery.COLLOIDS AND SURFACES A-PHYSICOCHEMICAL AND ENGINEERING ASPECTS,495: 54-61

              2.Dong, R.-H., et al.In situ deposition of a personalized nanofibrous dressing via a handy electrospinning device for skin wound care .NANOSCALE,8(6): 3482-3488

              3.Lv, F.-Y., et al.In situ precise electrospinning of medical glue fibers as nonsuture dural repair with high sealing capability and flexibility.INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NANOMEDICINE,11: 4213-4220

              4.Duan, X.-P., et al.Simple piezoelectric ceramic generator-based electrospinning apparatus.RSC ADVANCES,6(70): 66252-66255

              5.Zhang, H.-D., et al.Electrospun PEDOT: PSS/PVP Nanofibers for CO Gas Sensing with Quartz Crystal Microbalance Technique .INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF POLYMER SCIENCE

              6.He, H.-W., et al.Solvent-free electrospinning of UV curable polymer microfibers.RSC ADVANCES, 6(35): 29423-29427

              7.Yu, G.-F., et al.Patterned, highly stretchable and conductive nanofibrous PANI/PVDF strain sensors based on electrospinning and in situ polymerization.NANOSCALE,8(5): 2944-2950

              8.Yan, X., et al.A portable electrospinning apparatus based on a small solar cell and a hand generator: design, performance and application.NANOSCALE,8(1): 209-213


              1.Feng, Y., et al.Polyamide-imide reinforced polytetrafluoroethylene nanofiber membranes with enhanced mechanical properties and thermal stabilities.MATERIALS LETTERS,182: 59-62

              2.Jiang, S.-H., et al.Polyimide Nanofibers by "Green" Electrospinning via Aqueous Solution for Filtration Applications .ACS SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY & ENGINEERING,4(9): 4797-4804

              3.Zhou, G.-Y., et al.Asymmetric supercapacitor based on flexible TiC/CNF felt supported interwoven nickel-cobalt binary hydroxide nanosheets.JOURNAL OF POWER SOURCES,317: 57-64

              4.Xu, W.-H., et al.High permittivity nanocomposites fabricated from electrospun polyimide/BaTiO3 hybrid nanofibers .POLYMER COMPOSITES,37(3): 794-801

              5.Zhou, G.-Y., et al.Flexible titanium carbide-carbon nanofibers with high modulus and high conductivity by electrospinning. MATERIALS LETTERS,165: 91-94

              6.Feng, Y., et al.Mechanical properties and chemical resistance of electrospun polyterafluoroethylene fibres.RSC ADVANCES,6(29): 24250-24256

              7.Guo, Q.-H., et al.Highly sensitive simultaneous electrochemical detection of hydroquinone and catechol with three-dimensional N-doping carbon nanotube film electrode.JOURNAL OF ELECTROANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY,760: 15-23

              8.Zhang, M., et al.Flexible 3D nitrogen-doped carbon nanotubes nanostructure: A good matrix for enzyme immobilization and biosensing.SENSORS AND ACTUATORS B-CHEMICAL,222: 829-838


              1.Liu, Z., et al.Active generation of multiple jets for producing nanofibres with high quality and high throughput .MATERIALS & DESIGN,94: 496-501

              2.Liu, Z., et al.Tunable surface morphology of electrospun PMMA fiber using binary solvent.APPLIED SURFACE SCIENCE,364: 516-521



              5.Li, Y., et al.BUBBFIL ELECTROSPINNING OF PA66/Cu NANOFIBERS.THERMAL SCIENCE,20(3): 993-998

              6.Ning, C.-J., et al.NANO-DYEING.THERMAL SCIENCE,20(3): 1003-1005




              1.Zhu, M., et al.High Performance and Biodegradable Skeleton Material Based on Soy Protein Isolate for Gel Polymer Electrolyte.ACS SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY & ENGINEERING,4(9): 4498-4505

              2.Zhang, C.-J., et al.Regulating proliferation and differentiation of osteoblasts on poly(l-lactide)/gelatin composite nanofibers via timed biomineralization.JOURNAL OF BIOMEDICAL MATERIALS RESEARCH PART A,104(8): 1968-1980

              3.Zhang, R., et al.Direct fabrication of hybrid nanofibres composed of SiO2-PMMA nanospheres via electrospinning .COLLOIDS AND SURFACES B-BIOINTERFACES,144: 238-249

              4.Liu, Y., et al.Eco-Friendly Fabricated Porous Carbon Nanofibers Decorated with Nanosized SnOx as High-Performance Lithium-Ion Battery Anodes.ACS SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY & ENGINEERING,4(6): 2951-2959

              5.Cheng, D., et al.Enhancing the biological properties of carbon nanofibers by controlling the crystallization of incorporated bioactive glass via silicon content.RSC ADVANCES, 6(59): 53958-53966

              6.Cheng, D., et al.Regulating micro-structure and biomineralization of electrospun PVP-based hybridized carbon nanofibers containing bioglass nanoparticles via aging time.RSC ADVANCES, 6(5): 3870-3881

              7.Cheng, D., et al.Thermal-based regulation on biomineralization and biological properties of bioglass nanoparticles decorated PAN-based carbon nanofibers .RSC ADVANCES,6(1): 428-438


              1.Liu, Y., et al.Electrospun carbon nanofibers reinforced 3D porous carbon polyhedra network derived from metal-organic frameworks for capacitive deionization.SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 6

              2.Fan, J., et al.High protein content keratin/poly (ethylene oxide) nanofibers crosslinked in oxygen atmosphere and its cell culture.MATERIALS & DESIGN,104: 60-67

              3.Li, X.-H., et al.Effects of hot airflow on macromolecular orientation and crystallinity of melt electrospun poly(L-lactic acid) fibers.MATERIALS LETTERS,176: 194-198

              4.Xie, G., et al.Pulsed Electric Fields on Poly-L-(lactic acid) Melt Electrospun Fibers.INDUSTRIAL & ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY RESEARCH,55(26): 7116-7123

              5.Ning, L.-Q., et al.Electrospun Fibrous Membranes of Modified Polystyrene and its Copolymer

              With Butyl Acrylate and Their Respective Adsorption Capabilities for Cationic Blue and Copper Ions.JOURNAL OF MACROMOLECULAR SCIENCE PART B-PHYSICS, 55 (8) : p,