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Mercury mop

Nature Nanotechnology (11 July 2008) | Download Citation

Nanoscale formulations of selenium and silver can capture mercury vapours from broken compact fluorescent lamps more efficiently than their microscale counterparts

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    et al. Mercury vapour release from broken compact fluorescent lamps and in situ capture by new nanomaterial sorbents. Environ. Sci. Technol. 10.1021/es8004392 (2008).

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