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New spheres trick, trap and terminate water contaminant


October 5, 2018

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Rice University scientists enhance micron-sized titanium dioxide particles to trap and destroy bisphenol A, a contaminant in water with health implications. The robust particles can be recharged for reuse in water remediation. Full Story

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