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July 30th, 2007
Nano-particles by local researchers
For the first time ever in Thailand a group of researchers has been able to find a process to make silver nano-particles for commercial mass production.
Silver nano-particles are now widely used in various kinds of products. When coated on other materials including textiles, kitchenware or medical devices, they provide anti-bacterial features.
Many manufacturers who want to add value to their products have to import silver nano-particles from abroard. With this expense, the cost of production increases.
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