All notable properties of this mask come from laser-induced graphene. The laboratory is manufacturing LIG by producing a polyamide film with a commercial CO2 infrared model. In the speed test, the process can change to 100cm² in ninety seconds, so the mask can be made cheaper than the N95 version with a melt-blown layer that is not very good for Earth. Testing antibacterial properties against activated carbon fibers and blown masks revealed that about 80% of bacteria are dormant after 8 hours compared to others in the single digits. If you keep them in the sun for 10 minutes, the blown cloth exceeds 85%, but graphene is 99.998%, meaning that a bacteria survives in 50K. The exact mechanism is not known, but [Dr. Ye] Thinks it may have something to do with the sharp edges of the graphene and the hydrophobic quality. A pair of coronovirus species were also affected, and the species causing COVID-19 will be tested this year.
A highly moist mask is nothing to sneeze at, so keep yourself in check and keep yourself glorious.
Thanks for the tip [Qes].