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Graphene to the rescue…..

Research done by scientists at Houston’s Rice University and Lomonosov Moscow State University show that flakes of graphene-oxide are amazing at absorbing radioactive waste from water, mostly thanks to their large surface area. It’s much better at it than the bentonite clays and activated carbon that’s used now, and works well even in the presence of calcium and sodium, which normally complicate matters.

Read the article here at Gizmodo.


Posted on Monday, January 14th, 2013, by admin, under Graphene, Nuclear.