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Porous fibrous structures can behave like lightweight solids providing significantly higher surface area compared to compact ones. Depending on what is attached on their surfaces, or what matrix is infiltrated in them, these core structures can be envisioned in a wide variety of surface active components or net-shape composites. If nanoelements can be attached in the pores, the surface area within the given space can be increased by several orders of magnitude, thereby increasing the potency of any desired surface functionality.

Between 1931 and 1944, Anton Formhals took out at least 22 patents on electrospinning [69]. D. V. Petryanov-Sokolov generated electrospun fibers, which they developed into filter materials [70]. Between 1964 and 1969, Sir Geoffrey Ingram Taylor produced the beginnings of a theoretical foundation of electrospinning by mathematically modeling the shape of the (Taylor) cone formed by the fluid droplet under the effect of an electric field [71–72]. In the early 1990s, several research groups (such as Reneker) demonstrated electrospun nanofibers.

The ability to manipulate at Electrospinning Process: A Comprehensive Review 25 atomic and molecular level is also creating materials and structures that have unique functionalities and characteristics. Therefore it will be and revolutionizing next-generation technology ranging from structural materials to nanoelectro-mechanical systems (NEMs), for medicine and bioengineering applications. Recent research development in nanomaterials has been progressing at a tremendous speed for it can totally change the ways in which materials can be made with unusual properties.

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