Topic: fibers-imaging-analysis

How SEM helps to analyze the morphology of nanofibers efficiently

By Karl Kersten - Mar 9, 2017

Most of us may not be aware, but we are constantly surrounded by fibers. From tissue engineering to diapers, high technology filters are part of our daily lives. Many common, inexpensive polymers can be processed on a large scale into flexible materials. But not every produced fibrous material is ready for usage, such as in electronic devices, and further alterations of the material are needed. This blog will give you an insight into how scanning electron microscopy (SEM) can be used to analyze the morphology of nano-engineered fibers.

Most of us may not be aware, but we are constantly surrounded by fibers. From tissue engineering to diapers, high technology filters are part of our daily lives. Many common, inexpensive polymers can be processed on a large scale into flexible materials. But not every produced fibrous material is ready for usage, such as in electronic devices, and further alterations of the material are needed. This blog will give you an insight into how scanning electron microscopy (SEM) can be used to analyze the morphology of nano-engineered fibers.

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