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May 2nd, 2005
Environmental technologies earn award for PNNL
See portion titled "Nano fix for big problem"
PNNL researchers have developed a cost-effective nanomaterial to remove mercury from industrial wastes without producing harmful byproducts or secondary waste. The inexpensive, easy-to-use technology is called Self-Assembled Monolayers on Mesoporous Supports for mercury, or Thiol-SAMMS.
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