New wastewater treatment inspired by shellfish could clean up textile industry


A team of researchers from Khalifa University has developed a new material that can remove dyes from industrial wastewater inspired by mussels. The new material is made from a polymer, modified with an ionic liquid, which creates a new adsorbent material for the removal of anionic pollutants from water.

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