Environmental Implications of Nanomaterials: Fate and Transport | AIChE

Environmental Implications of Nanomaterials: Fate and Transport


Shor, L. M., University of Connecticut


Dinu, C. Z., West Virginia University

Engineered nano-scale materials have the potential to transform medical diagnostics, high-performance materials, and to dramatically increase the performance and energy efficiency of sensors, consumer electronics, and energy conversion and storage devices. However, before the full potential of nanotechnology can be realized, potential adverse interactions between novel materials and the natural environment must be better understood. The specific goal of this session is to highlight the latest research pertaining to environmental fate and transport of engineered nanomaterials.



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