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Nature-Inspired Material Removes Copper From Wastewater With Atomic Precision

News   Nov 25, 2020 | Original story from the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

 
Nature-Inspired Material Removes Copper From Wastewater With Atomic Precision

From left: Schematic diagram of a ZIOS network; and a SEM (scanning electron microscopy) image of a ZIOS-copper sample on a silicon wafer. Credit: Berkeley Lab).

 
 
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