Nanostructures for Textile cleaning: RMIT University’s researchers brought idea in picture

Nanostructures for Textile cleaning: RMIT University’s researchers brought idea in picture

Sydney: The RMIT University’s researchers have brought a unique and much beneficial idea, using which the people would never require to spend their hours with their washing machines. The researchers have developed a pioneering nanotechnology research, where, the nanostructures on textiles were grown, which soon be exposed to the light will release a burst of energy which then degrade organic matter. As such, the researchers’ developed nanostructures will self- clean under the light being grown into textiles. The researchers have currently tested the idea only on stains and sweat. As…

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