Defects help nanomaterial soak up more pollutant in less time

Cleaning pollutants from water with a defective filter sounds like a non-starter, but a recent study by chemical engineers at Rice University found that the right-sized defects helped a molecular sieve soak up more perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS) in less time.

Defects help nanomaterial soak up more pollutant in less time

Cleaning pollutants from water with a defective filter sounds like a non-starter, but a recent study by chemical engineers at Rice University found that the right-sized defects helped a molecular ...

Wed 13 Mar 19 from Phys.org

Defects help nanomaterial soak up more pollutant in less time, Wed 13 Mar 19 from ScienceDaily

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Highly Porous Nanomaterial Rapidly Removes Toxic Pollutants from Industrial Wastewater

Using a defective filter to clean pollutants from water may sound like a vague and unoriginal idea, but a new study carried out by Rice University chemical engineers has demonstrated how the...

Thu 14 Mar 19 from AZoNano

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