Using of Nanotechnology to improve the properties of children's clothing fabrics who are unable to express

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Nouf Nawar Mohsen Alotaibi
Wafaa Mohamed Ibrahem Elbana

Keywords

Clothing, Fabrics, Treatment, Material, Results

Abstract

Nanotechnology is a modern technology based on understanding and studying Nanoscience and other basic sciences rationally and creatively, to ensure obtaining distinct and unique products employed in various applications. The current study aims to take advantage of nanotechnology in improving the properties of children's clothing fabrics who are unable to express, where the study of the effect of Nano-metric tin oxide on improving the properties of children's clothing who are unable to express their feelings of pain and discomfort. The study relies on the experimental descriptive method, where the research deals with the treatment of used fabrics (internal - external) for deaf and mute children and others with special disabilities and who are unable to express themselves, where the treatment was done with Nano metric tin oxide with different concentrations (100 ml/L-200 ml/L-400 ml/L) to determine the effect of each of them on some of the protective properties (resistance to bacteria - fungi) of the fabrics used for them, The study used a suggested raw material for underwear, which is knitted weft cotton, and another for outerwear, which is plain cotton fabric 1/1. The selected samples were subjected to study and treatment with Nano metric tin oxide (in various concentrations) to test the resistance of bacteria and fungi to reach the extent of the effect of nanometer tin oxide on the resistance of bacteria and fungi and what is the best concentration of Nano metric tin oxide on the fabrics subject of the study. The results of the study fulfilled the hypotheses that there were significant differences between the resistance of bacteria and fungi and the treatment material (tin oxide nanometers).

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