Nanophase UV-blocking textile order coincides with Milliken announcement

Leading nanoparticle producer Nanophase announced recently that it had received a large order for a new textile application. While the firm didn’t disclose the partner or the application, many of its existing commercial products revolve around UV-absorbing zinc oxide, and around the same time textil...

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