Welcome to Fibers—A New Open Access Journal for Fibrous Material Science
ExcerptFibers are materials in the form of elongated threads. They can possess elastic features that are relevant to the integrity and bonding of cells. These features also give man-made fibers a wide range of applications. The large ratio of length to width (aspect ratio), which defines fibers, strongly influences their physical and chemical properties. This quality gives them a relatively large surface area, which can lead to powerful tensile and absorptive characteristics, which are remarkably different from, and cannot be predicted by study of the non-fibrous parent materials. An example of this is asbestos, where the toxicity of the material is heavily influenced by its structural anatomy. Distinctive chemical processes can take place on fibrous surfaces that may themselves seem to be chemically inert. Certain commonalities result from the distinctive geometry of fibers, and lie behind the apparently great diversity of fiber types and materials. [...] View Full-Text
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Bondy, S.C. Welcome to Fibers—A New Open Access Journal for Fibrous Material Science. Fibers 2013, 1, 1.
Bondy SC. Welcome to Fibers—A New Open Access Journal for Fibrous Material Science. Fibers. 2013; 1(1):1.Chicago/Turabian Style
Bondy, Stephen C. 2013. "Welcome to Fibers—A New Open Access Journal for Fibrous Material Science." Fibers 1, no. 1: 1.