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At the end of the scale are less common and much more expensive polymers that exhibit specialized properties, including Kevlar bullet proof vests, polyacetal gears in office equipment, and high-temperature resistant fluorinated polymer seals in jet engines. The first completely synthetic polymer (Bakelite) was not made until 1905 and the industry did not really take off until after the Second World War, with developments in methods for polymerizing polyethylene and polypropylene as well as in the production of synthetic fibers.

Phase separation can be induced by changing the temperature, called the thermal induced phase separation or by adding non-solvent-induced-phase separation. 4 SELF-ASSEMBLY The self-assembly refers to the process in which individual, pre-existing components organize themselves into desired patterns and functions. However, this method like phase separation method is time consuming. Finally it seems that the electrospinning is the only method, which can be further, developed to produce large quantity of one-by-one continuous nanofibers from synthetic polymers or natural polymeric materials.

1 Comparison of diameters of various fibrous carbon-based materials. PROPERTIES OF CARBON NANOTUBES In 1991, Japanese researcher Idzhima was studying the sediments formed at the cathode during the spray of graphite in an electric arc. His attention was attracted by the unusual structure of the sediment consisting of microscopic fibers and filaments. Measurements made with an electron microscope showed that the diameter of these filaments does not exceed a few nanometers and a length of one to several microns.

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