Treating Textiles with Nanotechnology Materials

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Treating Textiles with Nanotechnology Materials

Bullet proof vests are another item profiting from nanotechnology. Nanotube fibers are used to make a material seventeen times tougher than the Kevlar. Future advancements are to utilize nanotechnology to make Smart and Interactive Textiles (SMIT) that can sense electrical, warm, concoction, attractive, or other stimuli For occurrence a shirt that makes it conceivable to remotely screen a wearer's development, heart rate, and breath rate continuously through a conductive fiber network that is flawlessly sew into the material. 


Treating Textiles with Nanotechnology Materials

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