Breaking down BPA and similar pollutants with sunlight, nanoparticles and graphene

Many pollutants with the potential to meddle with hormones — with bisphenol A, better known as BPA, as a prime example — are already common in the environment. In an effort to clean up these pollutants found in the soil and waterways, scientists are now reporting a novel way to break them down by recruiting help from nanoparticles and light. The study appears in the journal ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. —> Read More Here


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