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Problems With Heavy Metals in Sewage? Pop It in the Microwave!

News   Dec 06, 2019 | Original story from Florida State University.

 
Problems With Heavy Metals in Sewage? Pop It in the Microwave!

FAMU-FSU College of Engineering research assistant Runwei Li looks over the separation of waste solids in professor Gang Chen’s lab at the Aero-Propulsion, Mechatronics, and Energy (AME) building in Tallahassee, Florida. Credit: Mark Wallheiser / FAMU-FSU College of Engineering.

 
 
 

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