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Personal thermal comfort thanks to a dual-mode textile

Scientists at Stanford University, California (US) have demonstrated a dual-mode textile that can perform both passive radiative heating and cooling using the same piece of textile.
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Maintaining human body temperature is one of the most basic needs for living, which often consumes a huge amount of energy to keep the ambient temperature constant. To expand the ambient temperature range while maintaining human thermal comfort, the concept of personal t...

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