Structural and Thermal Characterization of Calcium Cobaltite Electrospun Nanostructured Fibers
Electrospinning is a well-established method for synthesizing microdimensional and one-dimensional (1D) fibers from a large variety of precursor solutions. Initially, research focused on the production of polymer nanofibers, but in recent years, a large variety of oxide ceramics have been produced through electrospinning of sol-gel systems. In this study, polycrystalline calcium cobaltite (Ca3Co4O9) fibers of diameter 30-100 nm have been electrospun from sol-gels based on a novel combination of...[Show more]
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