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April 12th, 2004

Tiniest particles fail test

Abstract:
The tiniest particles of matter don't flow uniformly in water, a finding that could have wide-ranging implications in assessing environmental risks and benefits of nanotechnology - the science of manipulating the very small, a scientist says. Preliminary research, the first of its kind, suggests the ways in which so-called nanoparticles behave in groundwater environments or water treatment plants are as varied as the diverse molecules or atoms used to assemble them.

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