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Dataset for: Spinning Beta Silks Requires Both pH Activation and Extensional Stress

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posted on 19.05.2021, 16:57 by Chris Holland, Cornelia Rodenburg, Andreas Koeppel, Nicola Stehling
Data from the publication Spinning Beta Silks Requires Both pH Activation and Extensional Stress

Data that links silks’ processing and performance by spinning a native silk feedstock into a fiber that exceeds the natural mechanical properties controlling just two parameters; pH and extensional flow, is presented. This allows to link previous experimental and modeling hypothesis surrounding silk’s pH responsiveness directly to controlling multiscale hierarchical structure development during spinning through rate of work input.

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SPICE: Silk Processing In Controlled Environments

Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council

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SEE MORE: SECONDARY ELECTRON EMISSION - MICROSCOPY FOR ORGANICS WITH RELIABLE ENGINEERING-PROPERTIES

Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council

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FLow Induced Phase Transitions, A new low energy paradigm for polymer processing

European Commission

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