Regulations and standards
Nanomaterials and their Applications in Textiles—Standards
The document focuses on standards presently in place in Canada that are specific to the use of nanotechnologies in the textile industry. Canadian textile firms considering utilizing nanotechnologies must be knowledgeable about the state of standardization of nanotechnologies related to textiles.
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