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July 26th, 2010

Wonder paper that wards off harmful bacteria

Abstract:
Scientists have created a new form of paper that wards off harmful bacteria. It could have applications ranging from anti-bacterial bandages to food packaging that keeps food fresh longer to shoes that ward off foot odour.

The new material comprises the thinnest possible sheets of carbon, called graphene, first discovered by scientists in Britain in 2004, reports the journal ACS Nano.

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