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Graphene soaks up arsenic
Researchers have found yet another use for the wonder material graphene. A composite material made from reduced graphene oxide and magnetite could effectively remove arsenic from drinking water, according to new work done in South Korea.
Graphene is a sheet of carbon just one atom thick that also exists as an oxide. Reduced graphene oxide (RGO) is a chemical state of the material that has gained electrons. The purification process works by dispersing a magnetite-RGO composite in water, where it soaks up arsenic. The composite is then quickly and efficiently removed from the water using a permanent magnet.
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