Top 10 of the Most Cited Articles by Chinese

1. Jiang, L., Y. Zhao, and J. Zhai, A lotus-leaf-like superhydrophobic surface: A porous microsphere/nanofiber composite film prepared by electrohydrodynamics. Angewandte Chemie-International Edition, 2004. 43(33): p. 4338-4341. (Times Cited: 324)

2. Zeng, J., et al., Biodegradable electrospun fibers for drug delivery. Journal of Controlled Release, 2003. 92(3): p. 227-231. (Times Cited: 266)

3. Huang, Z.M., et al., Electrospinning and mechanical characterization of gelatin nanofibers. Polymer, 2004. 45(15): p. 5361-5368. (Times Cited: 184)

4. Zhang, C.X., et al., Study on morphology of electrospun poly(vinyl alcohol) mats. European Polymer Journal, 2005. 41(3): p. 423-432. (Times Cited: 142)

5. Hou, H.Q., et al., Electrospun polyacrylonitrile nanofibers containing a high concentration of well-aligned multiwall carbon nanotubes. Chemistry of Materials, 2005. 17(5): p. 967-973. (Times Cited: 135)

6. Jiang, H.L., et al., A facile technique to prepare biodegradable coaxial electrospun nanofibers for controlled release of bioactive agents. Journal of Controlled Release, 2005. 108(2-3): p. 237-243. (Times Cited: 129)

7. Duan, B., et al., Electrospinning of chitosan solutions in acetic acid with poly(ethylene oxide). Journal of Biomaterials Science-Polymer Edition, 2004. 15(6): p. 797-811. (Times Cited: 116)

8. Zeng, J., et al., Influence of the drug compatibility with polymer solution on the release kinetics of electrospun fiber formulation. Journal of Controlled Release, 2005. 105(1-2): p. 43-51. (Times Cited: 112)

9. Zhu, Y., et al., Stable, superhydrophobic, and conductive polyaniline/polystyrene films for corrosive enviromnents. Advanced Functional Materials, 2006. 16(4): p. 568-574. (Times Cited: 95)

10. Li, Z., et al., Highly sensitive and stable humidity nanosensors based on LiCl doped TiO2 electrospun nanofibers. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2008. 130(15): p. 5036-+. (Times Cited: 94)