PhD: Exploring nanofibrous coating on cotton fabric with versatile protection and dynamic comfort
There is growing demand for clothing that protects against chemicals, oils, and biological and environmental hazards. Some fluoro-polymer coatings on cotton fabric are banned due to toxicity and environmental concerns, while eco-friendly coatings are underdeveloped.
This investment uses surface engineering and nanotechnology techniques to develop versatile cotton clothing with integrated nanofibrous coatings that provide adaptable protection with the superior comfort of cotton.
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