Characterization of Self-Healing Phenomena on Micro- and Nanoscale Level
This chapter describes and discusses some of the characterization methods employed to verify the physical and chemical aspects of self-healing on the micro- and nanoscale levels. These methods are used to confirm that the healing agents are encased and released from nanofibers (NFs), spread, reacted, and solidified.
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