A new generation of an FFP2 (Filtering Face Piece of type 2) smart face mask is achieved by integrating broadband hybrid nanomaterials and a self-assembled optical metasurface. The multifunctional FFP2 face mask shows simultaneously white light-assisted on-demand disinfection properties and versatile biosensing capabilities. These properties are achieved by a powerful combination of white light thermoplasmonic responsive hybrid nanomaterials, which provide excellent photo-thermal disinfection properties, and optical metasurface-based colorimetric biosensors, with a very low limit of pathogens detection. The realized system is studied in optical, morphological, spectroscopic, and cell viability assay experiments and environmental monitoring of harmful pathogens, thus highlighting the extraordinary properties in reusability and pathogens detection of the innovative face mask.

Multifunctional FFP2 face mask for white light disinfection and pathogens detection using hybrid nanostructures and optical metasurfaces / Zaccagnini, F.; De Biase, D.; Bovieri, F.; Perotto, G.; Quagliarini, E.; Bavasso, I.; Mangino, G.; Iuliano, M.; Calogero, A.; Romeo, G.; Singh, D. P.; Pierini, F.; Caracciolo, G.; Petronella, F.; De Sio, L.. - In: SMALL. - ISSN 1613-6810. - (2024), pp. 1-15. [10.1002/smll.202400531]

Multifunctional FFP2 face mask for white light disinfection and pathogens detection using hybrid nanostructures and optical metasurfaces

Zaccagnini F.;De Biase D.;Quagliarini E.;Bavasso I.;Mangino G.;Iuliano M.;Calogero A.;Romeo G.;Caracciolo G.;De Sio L.
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2024

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A new generation of an FFP2 (Filtering Face Piece of type 2) smart face mask is achieved by integrating broadband hybrid nanomaterials and a self-assembled optical metasurface. The multifunctional FFP2 face mask shows simultaneously white light-assisted on-demand disinfection properties and versatile biosensing capabilities. These properties are achieved by a powerful combination of white light thermoplasmonic responsive hybrid nanomaterials, which provide excellent photo-thermal disinfection properties, and optical metasurface-based colorimetric biosensors, with a very low limit of pathogens detection. The realized system is studied in optical, morphological, spectroscopic, and cell viability assay experiments and environmental monitoring of harmful pathogens, thus highlighting the extraordinary properties in reusability and pathogens detection of the innovative face mask.
2024
biosensing; face masks; heterostructures; metasurfaces; nanomaterials; white light disinfection
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Multifunctional FFP2 face mask for white light disinfection and pathogens detection using hybrid nanostructures and optical metasurfaces / Zaccagnini, F.; De Biase, D.; Bovieri, F.; Perotto, G.; Quagliarini, E.; Bavasso, I.; Mangino, G.; Iuliano, M.; Calogero, A.; Romeo, G.; Singh, D. P.; Pierini, F.; Caracciolo, G.; Petronella, F.; De Sio, L.. - In: SMALL. - ISSN 1613-6810. - (2024), pp. 1-15. [10.1002/smll.202400531]
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