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Video on the Electrospray Pattern of a Simulated Solvent for "Biodegradable PLGA Microsphere Formation Mechanisms in Electrosprayed Liquid Droplets"

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posted on 18.11.2021, 06:14 authored by Moe Tanaka, Ayaka Ochiai, Aiko Sasai, Hiroyuki Tsujimoto, Hitomi Kobara, Hiromitsu Yamamoto, Akihiro Wakisaka

This video demonstrates the electrospray pattern of a simulated solvent according to the supplied voltage increased from 2.5 kV to 7.0 kV. At 2.5 kV, relatively large liquid droplets, which were assumed to be fragmented from a single Taylor cone, were observed. At the electric voltage higher than 3.5 kV, multiple Taylor cones were formed and the size of the liquid droplets decreased. (This is the same as the photo taken by the high-speed camera in Fig. 3 in the paper.)


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Manuscript title

Biodegradable PLGA Microsphere Formation Mechanisms in Electrosprayed Liquid Droplets

Article DOI

https://doi.org/10.14356/kona.2022018

Corresponding author email address

MOETANAKA@hmc.hosokawa.com