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IN SITU REMEDIATION OF SUBSURFACE CONTAMINATION: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR NANOTECHNOLOGY AND ADVANCED MATERIALS
Zhang, T. G.V. Lowry, N.L. Capiro, J. Chen, W. Chen, Y. Chen, D.D. Dionysiou, et al.
Environmental Science: Nano 6:1283-1302(2019)

Opportunities for nanotechnology-enabled in situ remediation technologies to address soil and groundwater contamination are discussed in this publication. The discussion covers candidate nanomaterials, applications of nanomaterials to complement existing remediation approaches and address emerging contaminants, as well as the potential barriers for implementation and strategies and research needs to overcome these barriers.



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