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Nanofabrics—The Smart Textile

Nida Tabassum Khan1,*, Muhammad Jibran Khan2

1Department of Biotechnology, Faculty of Life Sciences and Informatics, Balochistan University of Information Technology Engineering and Management Sciences, (BUITEMS), Quetta, Pakistan.

2Department of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Information and Communication Technology, Balochistan University of Information Technology Engineering and Management Sciences, (BUITEMS), Quetta, Pakistan.

*Corresponding author: Nida Tabassum Khan

Published: June 18,2021

Abstract

Nanotechnology is tied in with improving and carrying the up and coming brilliant answers for nanoscale-level merchandise. It is tied in with organizing the particles to change measurements and improvement attributes, for example, brilliant texture. These textures can help makers with the additional significance of expectations for everyday comforts, visual intrigue, and framework needed innovative creations. Particles of nano size may uncover unexpected qualities unlike the mass material. Nanotechnology has multifunctional highlights in the production of textures in the advancement of resistance stain and wrinkles, fire resistant, antimicrobial and antistatic properties, dampness guideline, bright security and discharge attributes. Inside the texture the nanomaterials could impact various characteristics, including decrease electrical conductivity, combustibility and quality. In addition, application of nanotechnology in textile can economically extend not only the properties but also the value of textile processing and manufacturing of nanoproducts.There are variety of methods for the production of nanoengineered textile i.e., smart textiles for example nanoparticle applied as coatings on the exterior of finished product.

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Nanofabrics—The Smart Textile

How to cite this paper: Nida Tabassum Khan, Muhammad Jibran Khan. (2021). Nanofabrics—The Smart TextileEngineering Advances1(1), 26-30.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/ea.2021.06.005