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Medina-Perez, G., F. Fernandez-Luqueno, E. Vazquez-Nunez, F. Lopez-Valdez, J. Prieto-Mendez, A. Madariaga-Navarrete, and M. Miranda-Arambula.
Polish Journal of Environmental Studies 28(3):1013-1030(2018)

This paper compiled updated information and patents to summarize the environmental benefits and risks associated with using nanotechnologies to remediate polluted soils. The authors highlight advantages and disadvantages of dealing with the final disposal of nanoparticles, nanomaterials, or nanodevices. Future studies are recommended to assess nanoparticle toxicity and technique standardization. This article is Open Access at http://www.pjoes.com/Remediating-Polluted-Soils-Using-nNanotechnologies-Environmental-Benefits-nand-Risks,87099,0,2.html.

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