Graphene Facemask Kills Bacteria and Showed Potential In Deactivating Coronavirus

Graphene Facemask Can Kill Coronavirus
Results show that the laser-induced graphene produced by Dr Ye’s team exhibit a much better anti-bacterial efficiency than activated carbon fiber and melt-blown fabrics. (Photo credit: City University of Hong Kong)
Face masks have become a vital part of our armament in the battle against coronavirus. However, these masks need to be used properly; incorrect use can pose an infection risk. […]
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