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Metal oxides based on bismuth are considered to be potentially attractive candidates for developing new materials for radiation protection. In combination with electrospinning technology, it is possible to obtain interesting nanofibrous materials with high content of metal oxides based on bismuth nanoparticles in uniform distribution. This paper focuses on the fabrication and basic analysis of electrospun nanofibrous materials containing Bi2O3 and LuBiO3 nanoparticles. The aim of the research was to optimized high nanoparticle concentration in nanofibrous material (more than 50 wt%) via conventional needless electrospinning technology with optimal nanofibrous material morphology and uniform particle distribution.Keywords: Nanofibres, PVA, oxidic nanoparticles, LuBiO3, Bi2O3, X-Ray attenuation
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