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David Cozzens, Xinyu Wei and Rudolf Faust Electrospinning of biostable polyisobutylene-based thermoplastic polyurethanes Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics 51

Version of Record online: 24 DEC 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/polb.23232

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Electrospun mats of aligned polymer fibers have various advantages for applications such as filters, fabrics, sensors, wound dressings, and vascular grafts. Electrospinning of a family of polyisobutylene-based thermoplastic polyurethanes yields mats of nanofibers with physical and mechanical properties well suited for biomedical applications. Electrospinning leads to orientation of the polymer chains resulting in high-temperature endotherms. Electrospun porous fiber mats show excellent tensile properties, minimal creep, and high adsorption of blood serum proteins.

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