LONDON – German scientists have developed a new hi-tech lacquer they claim will put an end to fogged windshields on damp mornings. The electrically conductive coating uses nanotechnology to heat the windshield across its entire surface, with no wires to obstruct the view. Fogged windshields are caused when moisture inside the car condenses and forms a layer on the cold window surface. This dew point effect is particularly noticeable in small spaces such as a vehicle. The new process, ...
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