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NANOTECHNOLOGY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION: MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS
Guerra, F.D., M.F. Attia, D.C. Whitehead, and F. Alexis.
Molecules 23(7):1760(2018)

This review provides an overview of three main categories of nanomaterials used for environmental remediation: inorganic, carbon-based, and polymeric-based materials. The use of these nanomaterials for the remediation of different environmental contaminants is reviewed. Various recent examples are extensively highlighted focusing on the materials and their applications. This paper is Open Access at https://www.mdpi.com/1420-3049/23/7/1760.



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