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99.9% of Airborne Viruses Killed by Cold Plasma

News   Apr 09, 2019 | Original story from the University of Michigan.

 
99.9% of Airborne Viruses Killed by Cold Plasma

Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Herek Clack (left) and members of his team set up a lab-scale non-thermal plasma device that has previously been proven to achieve greater than 99% inactivation of an airborne viral surrogate, MS2 phage, a virus that infects E.coli bacteria at the Barton Farms family pig farm in Homer, MI. Credit: Robert Coelius/Michigan Engineering.

 
 
 

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