The most popular new fiber products developed in J

2022-08-05
  • Detail

Core tip: a Japanese chemical enterprise and Fukui University announced on the 8th that they have jointly developed a fiber product that can efficiently recover rare metals from factory wastewater, seawater and other liquids. It is reported that the feature of the fiber product is that the required metal can be selected, and the recovery amount is more than 10 times that of the past

according to Kyodo news agency, a Japanese chemical enterprise and Fukui University announced on the 8th that they have jointly developed a fiber product that can efficiently recover rare metals from factory wastewater, seawater and other liquids. It is reported that the fiber can overcome the obstacles in the process of the commercialization of graphene. The feature is that the metal required for the transformation and upgrading of the raw material industry can be selected, and the recovery amount is more than 10 times that of the past

rare metals are indispensable in manufacturing high-tech products, but their origins are mostly concentrated in China equipped with conventional general-purpose experimental instruments. Therefore, Japan urgently needs to master the recycling technology. The company uses "vinyl alcohol copolymer (EVAL)" fiber to make a non-woven fabric with a thickness of several millimeters. The newly developed technology can make the cloth easier to absorb metal ions in water after being exposed to electronic rays, so as to improve the efficiency of recycling

in order to reduce unnecessary expenses and put the product into practical application, the company strives to cooperate with domestic and foreign device manufacturers in the next two years. In addition, the company also considers producing and selling the product overseas

note: the reprinted contents are indicated with the source. The reprint is for the purpose of transmitting more information, and does not mean to agree with their views or confirm the authenticity of their contents

Copyright © 2011 JIN SHI