Red Orbit - New Dry Wipe Can Clean Up Battlefield Chemical Agents

Researchers at Texas Tech University in Lubbock said Wednesday that they have developed a new type of dry wipe that can clean up chemical agents such as mustard gas and other toxins.

The wipes may provide soldiers on the battlefield a more convenient way to handle toxic materials.

"This is the first time this kind of wipe has been developed and it has been tested against a real chemical agent," Seshadri Ramkumar of Texas Tech, who developed the wipe, told Reuters.

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