A Review on Electro-spun Nanofibers for Air Pollution Control

[Nand Jee Kanu and Subodh Mahadev Kale] Volume 7: Issue 1, April 2020, pp  9 - 18

DOI: 10.26706/IJAEFEA.1.7.20200306

Abstract These days air pollution has emerge as greater severe and commenced to have a dramatic impact at the fitness of people in many big towns. usually, out of doors personal protection, together with commercial masks cannot successfully save you the inhalation of many pollution. specific remember (PM) pollutants are specially a critical risk to human fitness. here we introduce a brand-new green air filtration materials and methodologies that can be used for outside in addition to in Indoor air filtration. Sub-microfibers and nanofibers membranes have an excessive surface to extent ratio which makes them suitable for diverse programs such as environmental remediation and filtration, strength production and garage, digital optical sensors, tissue engineering and drug shipping. the fast file affords an outline of cutting-edge situation of nanofibers produced using electro-spinning approach and the one-of-a-kind polymers used for the manufacturing of nanofibers and the improvement procedures.

Index terms - polyacrylonitrile (PAN):TiO2, polyacrylonitrile-Co-polyacrylate (PAN-Co-PMA):TiO2, ZIF-67@PAN filters

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