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Electrospinning technologies for the realization of active polymeric nanomaterials can be easily up-scaled, opening perspectives to industrial exploitation, and due to their versatility they can be employed to finely tailor the size, morphology and macroscopic assembly of fibers as well as their functional properties. Light-emitting or other active polymer nanofibers, made of conjugated polymers or of blends embedding chromophores or other functional dopants, are suitable for various applications in advanced photonics and sensing technologies. In particular, their almost onedimensional geometry and finely tunable composition make them interesting materials for developing novel lasing devices. However, electrospinning techniques rely on a large variety of parameters and possible experimental geometries, and they need to be carefully optimized in order to obtain suitable topographical and photonic properties in …
International Society for Optics and Photonics
Publication date: 
24 Feb 2016

L Persano, M Moffa, V Fasano, M Montinaro, G Morello, V Resta, D Spadaro, PG Gucciardi, OM Maragò, A Camposeo, D Pisignano

Biblio References: 
Volume: 9745 Pages: 97450R
Organic Photonic Materials and Devices XVIII