Tags: PFOS

Deformities in molecular sieve found to drench up more Pollutants in minimum time

Analysts exhibited that an exceedingly permeable, Swiss cheddar like nanomaterial called a metal-organic framework (MOF) could soak up perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS) from contaminated water and it could hold more PFOS when extra nanometer-sized holes were incorporated with the MOF. Scientists observed MOFs to be great possibility for PFAS remediation, as they are exceptionally permeable and…