NewsCentrifugal multispun nanofibers put a new spin on COVID-19
masks

12th April 2021by admin0
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KAIST researchers have developed a novel nanofiber
production technique called ‘centrifugal multispinning’ that will
open the door for the safe and cost-effective mass production of
high-performance polymer nanofibers. This new technique, which has
shown up to a 300 times higher nanofiber production rate per hour
than that of the conventional electrospinning method, has many
potential applications including the development of face mask
filters for coronavirus protection.

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