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Nanotechnology Applications in Textiles

Nanotechnology Applications in Textiles

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A PAPER PRESENTATION ON
PPLICATIONS OF NANO TECHNOLOGY IN TEXTILES
 
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 Nanotechnology Is Revolutionizing The WorldOf Materials. This Important Book Reviews ItsImpact In Developing A New Generation Of Textile Fibers With Enhanced Functionality AndA Wide Range Of Applications.Using Nanotechnology, It Is PossibleTo Develop Next-Generation Cotton-BasedFabrics That Can Complement The AdvantagesOf Cotton And Man-Made Fibers.The Textile Industry In India Has Been A Pioneer Industry.India’s Industrialization In Other Fields Has Mainly Been Achieved On The Back Of The Resources Generated By This Industry.The Recent Liberalization Measures Have Presented The IndustryWith A Golden Opportunity To Regain Its Last Glory. The Process Has Begun But ALot Of Work Remains To Be Done.
MISTAKES INCREAES OUR EXPERIENCE &EXPERIENCE DECREASES OUR MISTAKES
 
Nanofibers, 20-200 nm, which are 10-100times smaller in diameter thanthose produced by conventional technology, are produced by electrospun. eSpin offerscustom-made nanofiber nonwoven membranes, whiskers and three-dimensionalstructures based on nanofibers. Nanofiber membranes, paper-like thin products consist of the randomly laidfibers. They offer high porosity, large pore volume, and high moisture vapour transmission, as well as a small fiber diameter combined with high surface area, highabsorbency and the ability to hold large numbers of chemically functional groupsNanosphere impregnationinvolves a three-dimensional surfacestructure with gel-forming additiveswhich repel water and prevent dirt particles from attaching themselves. This property is comparable to some phenomena in nature such as the leavesof the locus plant.
NANO FIBRESNANO SPHERE

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