News - 5 Aug 2009
Increasing evidence suggests that nanoscale zerovalent iron (nZVI) is effective for the removal of arsenic from contaminated water, but the immobilization mechanism is unclear. In particular, the...
News - 25 Nov 2009
Mention of arsenic poisoning usually brings to mind underhanded murder. However, the danger of arsenic poisoning from contaminated drinking water is far greater. Low concentrations of arsenic are...
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Article - 11 May 2023
This article explores how iron oxide nanoparticles can remove arsenic from water and discusses the importance of water analysis and sustainable solutions.
News - 3 Dec 2010
Arsenic - an element that triggers death for most Earthly life forms - is actually allowing for a bacterium to thrive and reproduce.
In a study that may prompt the rewriting of textbooks, a team of...
News - 21 Jul 2009
Arsenic trioxide has a long history as a potent human poison, but it also has proven valuable as one of the primary treatment options for acute promyelocytic leukemia. Efforts to use arsenic trioxide...
Article - 9 Jan 2004
Nanosized particles of iron hydroxide have been proved by Bayer researchers to be a highly effective adsorbent. At the heart of the system is a fixed bed of Bayoxide® E33 iron hydroxide granules,...
News - 1 Jul 2022
A recent study published in Materials Today: Proceedings centers on utilizing the Acacia catechu leaves to produce eco-friendly zinc oxide (ZnO) nanoparticles for arsenic removal from...
News - 28 May 2021
Oysters' exposure to plastics is concerning, particularly because these materials can accumulate and release metals which are then absorbed by the molluscs.
According to a recent study...
News - 26 Apr 2021
The development of livestock husbandry has led to the discharge of a huge amount of arsenic (As) and copper (Cu) ions together with swine urine into water bodies and soil. As(III) and Cu(II) are...