Electrospinning has its origins in electrostatic spraying and is therefore by no means a new technology. However, with the recent focus on nano-scale technology, electrospinning has come to the fore as a method for cheaply and easily producing nano and microfibres. Nanofibres in particular are being used more and more in medical and pharmaceutical industries, along with advanced filtration and electronic applications. The simplicity and effectiveness of the electrospinning technique combined with the usefulness of the nanofibres make this area a focus for future developments.
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