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May 20th, 2004
Samsung serves up nanotechnology
Samsung is banking on "cleaner living" to sell more refrigerators, washing machines, and airconditioners. The South Korean consumer electronics giant yesterday rolled out home appliances coated with nano-silver - a compound that destroys and prevents the spread of bacteria, company officials said. "We are using nanotechnology to keep our food fresh and pure, our clothes germs-free, and our air clean," said sales specialist Ricky Feng.
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