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Detergent Microgels of Apple Nanoparticles Developed in the Urals
October 20, 2016 19:57

In low concentration they are capable of removing oils and fats, as well as food, organic and other impurities from any surfaces.
Residents of the Ural Science and Technology Park "Universitetsky" have developed cleaning microgels made from particles of wood and apple millcake. This was reported about by the press service of the innovative center.
"Our scientists have developed and patented eco-friendly gels made of organic components, cellulose and pectin which are received from wood and apple millcake. Besides natural microgels with particles that are not bigger than one thousand nanometers, the innovative home care includes only safe and eco-friendly additives, such as products of coconut oil and glycerin", - they said.
The microgels in low concentration are capable of removing oils and fats, as well as food, organic and other pollutants from any surfaces. "The ecogels have no strong smell, and can be completely washed away with water from the surface cleansed, the fact making them safe for people suffering from allergy and asthma", - the experts explain.
According to scientists, the ecological standard of the Ural invention has also been confirmed abroad. "Now we already have five Russian patents for inventions, whereas our applications for international and Euroasian patents are in the national coordination phase", - the press service cites Andrey Yelagin, one of the developers.
The science and technology park "Universitetsky" is the largest innovative center in the Sverdlovsk Region. The project of Science and Technology Park has been implemented in the Sverdlovsk Region since 2013. A part of the federal program of the Ministry of Telecom and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation, it is supported by the regional government as well. The main objective of this project is providing conditions for enhancing competitiveness and investment appeal of the Sverdlovsk Region. It can house up to 1,5 thousand residents, including 700 high-tech experts. According to the CEO of Science and Technology Park, Denis Skomorokhov, investments into the project made about 1,1 billion rubles.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian scientists Russian science Sverdlovsk Region   

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