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Microbiology Lab affirms the efficacy of Oxygen as an antibacterial coating

McMasters Center for Microbial and Chemical Biology (CMCB) at the Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Infectious disease center affirms that after carrying out tests in accordance with the Kirby-Bauer halo and ISO 22196, Oxygen coating has antibacterial capabilities. When the lab tests were carried out in two time lines and on three sets of sample…
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Oxygen air purifying and antiviral paint

By Dr. Behzad Mohammadi – Phd in Chemistry A range of eco-responsible paint for everyone In addition to water, food, heat and light, air is one of the five essential elements for the survival of the human race.  Every person breaths about 22,000 times, and needs about 15 kilograms of clean air per day.   On…
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Copper’s Virus-Killing Powers Were Known Even to the Ancients

The SARS-CoV-2 virus endures for days on plastic or metal but disintegrates soon after landing on copper surfaces. Here’s why When researchers reported that the novel coronavirus causing the COVID-19 pandemic survives for days on glass and stainless steel but dies within hours after landing on copper, the only thing that surprised Bill Keevil was…
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New zinc oxide surface kills airborne viruses and bacteria

They are all around us, some strong, some weak, some easy to destroy some resilient in their surroundings and some even spread through coughs and sneezes.  Tiny infectious microbes, from the virus that causes COVID-19 to airborne bacteria, kill millions of people around the world each year. Now engineers from ETH Zurich have studied how…
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