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April 9th, 2003
German company adds a germ killer to its nonstick nanocoating
A nonstick nanocoating that does double duty as a germ killer is being presented at the Hannover Fair industrial trade show this week. Its developers say the new coating, which uses silver nanoparticles that are deadly to fungi and bacteria, could one day generate several hundred million dollars a year.
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