A new nano material developed by scientists can stop a speeding bullet. Could paper thin material stop a speeding bullet?Scientists from Rice University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are working towards that possibility after observing ballistic tests where a composite material called a copolymer polyurethane, was able to stop a 9 millimeter bullet, and even seal the entry point. A disk of the material shows the bullets trapped inside.
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