NewsResearchers develop dielectrophoretic tweezers for toxic
nanoparticles

15th July 2020by admin0
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A Korean research team has developed a technology that
enables the effective control of fine particulate matter and
nanoplastics, which are major causes of human toxicity and
ecosystem disturbances. This technology, which allows for real-time
sorting, purification, and concentration of nanoparticles invisible
to the human eye has great potential application, not only for the
removal of toxic particles from the natural environment, but also
for removing viruses and detecting dementia-related proteins and
cancer diagnostic markers. Due to its vast range of applicability,
this technology is attracting much attention in scientific and
academic circles.

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