Cleaner water with nanoparticles: Toxic metals such as cadmium can be removed from freshwater safely with this innovative application

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(Natural News) Nanotechnology has a multitude of environmental uses, and researchers from the University of California, Santa Barbara have discovered another one. They found that sulfurized nano-zero-valent iron (FeSSi) could be used to remove cadmium toxicity from freshwater. According to ScienceDaily.com, the researchers came to this conclusion after simulating a rain event that washed toxic…

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