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Xiu, Z. M., Zhang, Q. B., Puppala, H. L., Colvin, V. L., & Alvarez, P. J. J. (2012). Negligible particle-speci fi c antibacterial activity of silver nanoparticles. Nano Letters, 12 , 4271 4275. Xu, Y., & Zhao, D. (2007). Reductive immobilization of chromate in water and soil using stabilized iron nanoparticles. Water Research, 41 , 2101 2108. Yang, G. C. C., & Lee, H. L. (2005). Chemical reduction of nitrate by nanosized iron: Kinetics and pathways. Water Research, 39 , 884 894. Yantasee, W., Rutledge, R. D., Chouyyok, W., Sukwarotwat, V., Orr, G., Warner, C. L., et al. (2010). Functionalized nanoporous silica for the removal of heavy metals from biological systems: Adsorption and application. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2 , 2749 2758. Yao, D., Chen, Z., Zhao, K., Yang, Q., & Zhang, W. (2013). Limitation and challenge faced to the researches on environmental risk of nanotechnology. Procedia Environmental Sciences, 18 , 149 156. Zamzow, M. J., Eichbaum, B. R., Sandgren, K. R., & Shanks, D. E. (1990). Removal of heavy metals and other cations from wastewater using zeolites. Separation Science and Technology, 25 , 1555 1569. Zhang, K., Kemp, K. C., & Chandra, V. (2012). Homogeneous anchoring of TiO 2 nanoparticles on graphene sheets for waste water treatment. Materials Letters, 81 , 127 130. Zhang, S., Niu, H., Hu, Z., Cai, Y., & Shi, Y. (2010). Preparation of carbon coated Fe 3 O 4 nanoparticles and their application for solid-phase extraction of polycyclic aromatic Nanochemicals and Ef fl uent Treatment in Textile Industries 95
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Insights into the Functional Finishing of Textile Materials Using Nanotechnology Shahid-ul-Islam, Mohd Shabbir and Faqeer Mohammad Abstract Over the past few decades, there is an emergence of new multidisciplinary approaches to functionalize different textile materials. Nanotechnology is increasingly attracting scienti fi c attention to develop multifunctional textiles for various end uses among all technologies. Nanoparticles play vital role in coloration and, in view of their large surface area-to-volume ratio and high surface energy, have imparted novel properties such as microbial resistance, fl ame retardancy, and self-cleaning property to different textile surfaces. This book chapter emphasizes on recent functional treatments of both natural and synthetic textile materials using nanotechnology. Applications of the sustainable nanotextiles in many of the sectors such as medicine and protective clothing are also critically discussed.
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