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Publikācija: Consequence of Indirect Testing Methods Analysis of Nano Metal Covered Textile

Publication Type Full-text conference paper published in other conference proceedings
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Publication language English (en)
Title in original language Consequence of Indirect Testing Methods Analysis of Nano Metal Covered Textile
Field of research 2. Engineering and technology
Sub-field of research 2.5 Materials engineering
Authors Eva Trumsiņa
Silvija Kukle
Gunta Zommere
Keywords Nanoparticles, metal covered textiles, water pollution, GDV bioelectrography, liquid testing
Abstract The expanding use of metals (Ag, Cu) as well as metal oxides (CuO, ZnO, TiO2) in the nanoscale modification of functional properties of textile surface is realized as a wide range and large volume of manufactured textiles that are already available to consumers, although their properties have not yet been fully explored, particularly in the using process released a very active nanoions of heavy metals influence on the operator’s and the user's health and the residential and global environment. One of the ways to obtain quantitative information of pollution levels from the early stages of its development is gas discharge visualization (GDV) devices complex adaptation to detection of levels of pollution in the liquids. Within the framework of article presented by the GDV devices complex studies found heavy metal ion effects on water structure, resulting nano-metal covered textile obtaining and maintenance process.
Reference Trumsiņa, E., Kukle, S., Zommere, G. Consequence of Indirect Testing Methods Analysis of Nano Metal Covered Textile. In: 5th International Textile Clothing and Design Conference "Magic World of Textiles" (ITC&DC): Book of Proceedings, Croatia, Dubrovnik, 3-6 October, 2010. Zagreb: University of Zagreb, 2010, pp.747-751. ISSN 1847-7275.
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