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
- 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
- Shedding Nanoparticles
- The impact of anti-odor clothing on the environment
- Potential Environmental Impacts and Antimicrobial Efficacy of Silver- and Nanosilver-Containing Textiles
- 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.