Reactions Science Videos | September 20, 2018
Some clothing makers try to harness the antibacterial power of silver to combat the smell of sweat from your workouts -- now with added nanotechnology. This week on Reactions, we ask: does it work?
C&EN’s reporting on nanoparticles:
Nanosilver In The Wash
Nanoparticles In Athletic Apparel May Seep Into Sweat
EPA Moves On Nanomaterials
EPA Sued Over Approval Of Nanosilver Pesticide
How Nanosilver Zaps Germs
EPA Urged To Act On Nanosilver
Nanosilver Tracked In Rats
The impact of anti-odor clothing on the environment
Potential Environmental Impacts and Antimicrobial Efficacy of Silver- and Nanosilver-Containing Textiles
Nanomaterial Design Guided by the Principles of Green Chemistry
Silver turns bacteria into deadly zombies
Silver nanoparticles in clothing wash out—and may threaten human health and the environment
Panning for silver in laundry wastewater
Silver Nanoparticles in Clothing Pose No New Risk
Treatments to impart antimicrobial activity to clothing and household cellulosic-textiles – why “Nano”-silver?
Silver nanoparticles – wolves in sheep's clothing?
Determination of fatty acids in human sweat during fasting using GC/MS.
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