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July 26th, 2007

Nanotech Clay Armour Creates Fire Resistant Hard Wearing Latex Emulsion Paints

Abstract:
Researchers at the University of Warwick's Department of Chemistry have found a way of replacing the soap used to stabilize latex emulsion paints with nanotech sized clay armour that can create a much more hard wearing and fire resistant paint.

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