NewsNew study shows how engineered nanomaterials degrade,
persist in environment

1st September 2021by admin0
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A new study published today in the journal
Environmental Science & Technology finds that exposing certain
nanomaterials to light can influence their environmental
transformation, fate and, ultimately, their toxicity. The discovery
provides new insights into the behavior of engineered nanomaterials
and how they can be better designed for numerous commercial
applications without impacting the environment or human
health.

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