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Copolymer Attracts, Captures and Destroys Toxic PFASs

News   Oct 30, 2020 | Original story from University of Illinois

 
Copolymer Attracts, Captures and Destroys Toxic PFASs

Illinois engineers Kwiyong Kim, left, Xiao Su, Johannes Elbert and Paola Baldaguez Medina are part of a team that developed a new polymer electrode device that can capture and destroy PFAS contaminants present in water. Credit: L. Brian Stauffer

 
 
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