pi4397-sup-0001-FigureS1.docWord document1605KFigure S1. The circular electrode shown on the insulating plate (background).
pi4397-sup-0002-FigureS2.docWord document1327KFigure S2. Electrospun PVA fibers with concentrations: a) 6.5 wt%; b) 7.0 wt%; c) 7.5 wt%; d) 8.0 wt%; e) 8.5 wt%; f) 9.0 wt%. Scale in lower left applies to all images. Solvent in all cases was the same as the solvent used for encapsulation, water with 0.9 wt% Ethanol.
pi4397-sup-0003-FigureS3.docWord document46KFigure S3. Realtionship between fiber morphology and polymer concentration.
pi4397-sup-0004-FigureS4.docWord document58KFigure S4. Unwashed fiber TGA curves corresponding to 20 mg samples of solid PVA fibers, beaded fibers and liquid epoxy.
pi4397-sup-0005-FigureS5.docWord document82KFigure S5. The derivatives of PVA mass loss corresponding to different sample sizes. Data was plotted over limited range to show detail for period from 120°C to 200°C.
pi4397-sup-0006-FigureS6.docWord document255KFigure S6. Mass loss curves for three initial material masses a) PVA b) DER c) composite PVA + epoxy over full range and d) composite PVA + epoxy over range associated with epoxy-related mass loss onset.
pi4397-sup-0007-FigureS7.docWord document58KFigure S7. Derivation of onset and inflection values for a) PVA fibers and b) epoxy.
pi4397-sup-0008-FigureS8.docWord document1781KFigure S8. PVA fibers spanning a large air bubble on the fracture surface. Scale bar represents 10 microns.

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