Electrospinning of Diphenylalanine Nanotubes
AbstractElectrospinning from concentrated diphenylalanine solutions in a low-boiling-point solvent results in tubes that are chemically identical to self-assembled tubes,
but show different morphologies, especially extreme lengths. Electrospinning of tubes offers more possibilities for manipulation, for example, bridging electrodes in parallel orientation,
a possible patterning strategy for electrospun material.