Letters to the Editor
Excerpt: Currently, there are two materials that qualify as preventive biocidal surfaces. Copper and copper alloys are one material. There is now an additional material that suspends cuprous oxide in a polymer, resulting in an equally efficacious substance that can be used both as a slab and as injection-molded shapes. Distinguishing itself from copper alloys, the cuprous oxide in a polymer looks and feels like any other synthetic quartz surface with a smooth, natural stone appearance, without rusting or oxidizing, and fabricates like any other hard surface, with lower cost implication.
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