Fabrication Of Magnetic–Fluorescent Bifunctional Flexible Coaxial Nanobelts By Electrospinning Using A Modified Coaxial Spinneret

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Direct Electrospinning Construction of Nanocables with Electrical Conductive-Magnetic Core and Insulative-Photoluminescent Sheath Lei Han, Qianli Ma, Xiangting Dong* a Novel flexible luminescent-electrical-magnetic trifunctional nanocables have been successfully fabricated by specially designed coaxial spinnerets electrospinning technology.

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10 has been successfully fabricated by electrospinning technology using a specially designed coaxial spinneret. Every strip of belt-shaped coaxial microcable is assembled with a Fe 3O4/PANI/PMMA electrically conductive-magnetic bifunctional core and a [Eu(BA) 3phen+Tb(BA) 3phen]/PMMA insulative and photoluminescence-tunable shell.