Application of superomniphobic finishes on fabrics for chemical protection

@inproceedings{Moiz2018ApplicationOS,
  title={Application of superomniphobic finishes on fabrics for chemical protection},
  author={Arsheen Moiz},
  year={2018}
}
Military personnel on patrol and industrial staff are likely to face various hazards from chemicals that can either kill them outright or cause them serious damage. Chemical substances known as chemical warfare agents (CWA) have been used in war zones sin 

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