New Nanostructured Mesh Samples for IodateJune 11th, 2012
Nanotechnology is providing value in a wide variety of applications, without a lot of fanfare. Unfortunately for fans of apocalyptic visions, it’s not the kind of nanotechnology that will reduce the world to grey goo; the applications are more like the one described in this recent paper from researchers in the Department of Chemistry at Azarbaijan University of Tarbiat Moallem in Tabriz, Iran. They developed a nanostructured mesh for sampling iodates from food, biological, and environmental samples. They constructed a unique new layered double hydroxide mesh material, using an analytical balance to determine the quantities for their proof-of-principle testing.
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