Scientists Have Developed New Coating for Touch Screens

Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research Scientists in Mainz (Germany) have developed a new coating that can be used for protection touch screen smartphones and tablets from water, dirt and other troubles. Lacquer consists of candle soot-coated 25 nanometer silica film, which was brought to the transparency at 600 degrees. After the coating has become silanisation unique protective properties. According to scientists due to a fairly simple and does not require a considerable amount of production, the use of new coatings manufacturers do not have a major impact on increasing the value of their future mobile devices.