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Preparation of hollow bioactive glass nanofibers by a facile electrospinning method

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In this communication, hollow bioactive glass
(BG) nanofibers were fabricated via a single-nozzle electrospinning
method. The morphology of the prepared hollow
BG nanofibers was observed by SEM and TEM, and
the results showed that BG nanofibers had a continuous
hollow interior. The hollow BG nanofibers were incubated
in simulated body fluid (SBF) to investigate their apatitemineralization
ability, and the result showed that after incubation
for 6 h a flower-like apatite was observed on the
surface of hollowBGnanofibers, and the Fourier transform
infrared (FTIR) result further confirmed the formation of
apatite. The results suggested that hollow BG nanofibers
could be used for drug delivery and bone regeneration applications
due to their unique hollow structure and bioactivity.
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