NewsHigh-capacity oil-adsorbing mats could be deployed in oil
spill emergencies to limit ecological damage

27th July 2020by admin0
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An intrinsically porous polymer with a very high
internal surface area could be an ideal material for soaking up
spilled oil. Researchers from KAUST have identified a polymer that
can be formed into robust, reusable mats to rapidly adsorb spilled
oil, fuel, or organic solvents from the surface of fresh or salt
water.

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