Water and air filters, polymer films
The antibacterial properties of nanosilver have been successfully applied for a variety of health treatments including intravenous, urinary and tracheal catheters, endotracheal tubes, bone cements, oral cavity fillings, dietary supplements implant surgery and wound dressings.
Nanotechnology also contributes significantly to electronics, especially energy technology. Nano batteries in the future will be structured nanowhiskers. This tube structure will make the battery terminals have a much larger surface area, helping it store more electricity. While the size of the battery will be increasingly shrinking.
MEDICAL TO TREAT CANCER
Various treatments have been tried to limit the growth of tumors and destroy them at the cellular level. Nanotechnology in the not too distant future will help people fight off evil cancer. Even the most difficult to treat cancers like brain cancer, doctors will be able to easily treat it without opening the patient’s skull or any toxic chemotherapy.
Scientists have conducted experiments to change foods at the atomic and molecular level, making these foods more flavorful and more nutritious. This means that we will enjoy dishes with extremely strange flavors and high nutritional value thanks to food nanotechnology.
Not only stop at the deodorizing effect, nanotechnology can turn the shirt you are wearing into a mobile power station. Using energy sources like wind, solar and with nanotechnology, you will be able to charge your smartphone anytime, anywhere. This application is also more widely used with the idea of making sails of nanomaterials, with the ability to convert natural energy into electricity. However, this application is still in beta.
An application of nanotechnology on fabrics that makes them impermeable to dirt and dust, you can see the same thing when water droplets roll on the surface of the lotus leaf. The surface of the lotus leaf is covered with a special nanometer-sized hair, making it impossible for water droplets to penetrate or attach to the leaf’s surface. Simulating this, the scientists created a microscopic layer of nanotubes on the surface of the fabric and thus created waterproof and dust-proof clothing.