Silver nanoparticle-based composites developed to remove mercury

Professor Zhenghe Xu at the University of Alberta recently published a paper on the use of silver nanoparticle-based composite materials to clean up mercury from industrial processes. For example, in the paper, he discusses using a magnetite-zeolite-silver nanoparticle composite to remove mercury fr...

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