Iran produces copper nanoparticle mask

A science-based Iranian company has produced anti-virus masks using copper nanoparticles.

The company is based in the southern city of Rafsanjan. 

These copper nanoparticles are capable of clearing any biotic and non-biotic contamination that accumulates on their surface. 

If you do anti-viral and anti-bacterial tests on the copper nanoparticle masks after use, they are virus- and bacteria-free. As a result, their life is longer than ordinary masks and they will not spread viruses after being thrown out. 

Iran’s science-based companies have taken long strides in various fields particularly in nanotechnology.

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