Photocatalytic smog-busting paint to get its biggest trial run yet in Manila train station

In February 2009, a train station in Manila, Philippines, will become the largest test site yet for a paint incorporating titanium dioxide (TiO2) nanoparticles that aims to clean polluted air of nitrogen oxides (NOx) through photocatalytic reactions. According to a 2005 World Health Organization (WH...

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