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Sunday, February 22, 2015

Nissan created the 'Glow in The Dark' paint

Nissan has just made a new breakthrough by making the car paint which can be lit at night aka glow in the dark. As quoted from Gizmag, a special paint that was tested on the Nissan LEAF electric car. This makes the Nissan recorded as the first auto manufacturer to implement a luminous paint on the vehicle.
Nissan created the 'Glow in The Dark' paint. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1zGWTuS)
To make the paint, Nissan even have to ask for help from Hamish Scott, an inventor who creates Starpath. Starpath is a paint coatings that can absorb ultraviolet light during the day and then glowed at night for 8-10 hours.

The 'glowing in the dark' paint is already often sold on the market, but this paint is more unique because it uses a secret formula that is entirely made of organic compounds.
Inside those paints, there are Strontium aluminate compounds that are able to light up in the dark. And Strontium aluminate is an odorless and colorless chemical powder that have a characteristics that can be lit in the dark much longer. Nissan further claimed that the paint will last up to 25 years. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | NISSAN | GIZMAG]
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