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Efficient and quick inactivation of SARS coronavirus and other microbes exposed to the surfaces of some metal catalysts



Efficient and quick inactivation of SARS coronavirus and other microbes exposed to the surfaces of some metal catalysts



Biomedical and Environmental Sciences 18(3): 176-180



Objective To study the two metal catalysts Ag/Al2O3 and CuAl2O3 that interdict the transmission pathway for SARS and other respiratory infectious diseases. Methods Two metal catalysts Ag/Al2O3 and Cu/Al2O3 were pressed into wafers.

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