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Nanotechnology in textile industry

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The article presents the application of nanotechnology in the textile sector. Textile engineering has been shown as an interdisciplinary field of science. Contemporary textile and clothing industry is based on the cooperation of different scientific fields including materials science, medicine, cosmonautics, nanotechnology and chemistry. At present, fast development is observed of innovative products in the clothing industry, and above all, of technical products.
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  • Institute of Architecture of Textiles Faculty of Material Technologies and Textile Design, Lodz University of Technology, Lodz, Poland
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