Scientists Create Smart Paint That Removes Carbon Dioxide, Protects Homes

by Rajshri on  January 11, 2010 at 8:18 PM General Health News
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 Scientists Create Smart Paint That Removes Carbon Dioxide, Protects Homes
A paint that could help remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, providing extra protection to buildings has been created by scienitsts.

Rachel Armstrong, University College London (UCL), claims repeated coatings of her smart paint react with carbon dioxide, resulting in "biolime".
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The biolime, she suggests, would provide extra strength and insulation to homes, reports New Scientist.

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Armstrong is due to present her work at a workshop at UCL's Bartlett School of Architecture in February.

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