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New invention uses electricity to convert water into antibacterial spray without any additives (2017/02/27)

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Post date:2017-02-27
  A subsidiary of Taiwan's Industrial Technology Research Institute has revealed a new invention that uses electricity to convert water into an EFFECtive ANTI-bacterial solution. The compact, battery-powered device can last for three days and sprays a mist that kills more than 99 percent of bacteria, without the need for any chemical additives. 

It might look like a regular thermos, but this white container is actually a device that converts water into an antibacterial spray.

Chen Chien-hong
Inventor
You can use it as a household cleaner, on your face or in your mouth, or even on your pets or on your baby’s bottom. It’s a broadly effective, and highly effective, antibacterial spray.

The device uses electricity to rearrange the molecules in water and turn it into H2O2, the common household cleaning agent hydrogen peroxide. There’s also a function to adjust the concentration of hydrogen peroxide so the spray isn’t harmful to humans. Charging the device for 15 minutes by USB can let you turn water into a cleaning solution that kills over 99 percent of harmful bacteria. 

Chen Chien-hong
Inventor
Using this nanometer-scale electrode catalyst we invented, we can rearrange the molecular structure of water.

The invention unveiled by a subsidiary of the Industrial Technology Research Institute is the first device of its kind in the world that can make an antibacterial spray out of only water. It promises to offer its inventors a leg up in the worldwide market for antibacterial cleaning products, which is worth an estimated NT$65 billion per year.
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