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'Toxic Socks' - Silver Nanoparticles Raise Concerns

Arizona State researchers suggest that ordinary laundering can wash off substantial amounts of the nanosilver particles from socks impregnated with the material. intended to prevent foot odor, thereby polluting aquatic resources downstream of waste water plants. Read more at EurekAlert!.


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