mesheuropmc: parasitic diseases | technology, industry, and agriculture
The technology of applying a silver coating on fabric is presented. Tissue is wetted with a solution of copper sulphate, which is then reduced to metal-phosphide by phosphine treatment. Wetting can be carried out by immersing the fabric in a copper sulphate solution or ... View more
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