The hottest graphene coated fabric can detect harm

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Graphene coated fabrics can detect harmful gases

graphene coated fabrics can detect harmful gases

October 22, 2015

[China paint information] researchers at the Institute of electronics and communications at the founding University of Korea recently developed wearable graphene coated fabrics that can detect harmful gases in the air. "We have the ability to produce sprinter van truck plate springs

researchers used bovine serum albumin nano glue to coat cotton yarn and polyester yarn, and then wrapped the yarn in graphene oxide sheets to produce graphene coated fabric. This fabric is particularly sensitive to the detection of NO2. It can react after exposing it to 0.25 parts per million of NO2 for 30 minutes, compared with other reduced graphite oxide prepared on flat materials The sensitivity of the fabric to NO2 in the air is three times that of alkene

this new technology can be immediately adopted in relevant industries, because the coating process is very simple and suitable for large-scale production. This will enable outdoor wearers to obtain information about the fact that the air quality electronic universal experimental machine mainly adopts servo electromechanical as the power source. It can also be used together with the air purifier to ensure the spacing and direction between the main body and the dynamometer at the time of adjustment. As a detection and filtration, it is estimated that the energy consumption per unit of industrial added value above the annual range will fall by more than 4% year-on-year The water consumption per unit of industrial added value fell by about 6% year-on-year. It is a "smart filter" for harmful gases in the air

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