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Perspective

Platform selection of engineered nanomaterials for water decontamination applications

Strategic pairing of engineered nanomaterials to platforms will advance safe and effective deployment of nano-enabled water decontamination.

Graphical abstract: Platform selection of engineered nanomaterials for water decontamination applications
Perspective

Opportunities for nanotechnology to enhance electrochemical treatment of pollutants in potable water and industrial wastewater – a perspective

An international workshop identified how pore structures and unique properties that emerge at nano- to sub-nano- size domains can improve the energy efficiency and selectivity of electroseparation or electrocatalytic processes for treating water.

Graphical abstract: Opportunities for nanotechnology to enhance electrochemical treatment of pollutants in potable water and industrial wastewater – a perspective
Critical Review

Recent advances in the design of colorimetric sensors for environmental monitoring

Colorimetric sensors fabricated via nanomaterials and nanotechnology exhibited promising applications in environmental science.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in the design of colorimetric sensors for environmental monitoring
Critical Review

An MXene-based membrane for molecular separation

Two-dimensional (2D) materials with a nanoscale thickness are promising candidates for advanced molecular separations.

Graphical abstract: An MXene-based membrane for molecular separation
Critical Review

Nanomaterials for radioactive wastewater decontamination

Nanomaterials have been demonstrated to be an effective adsorbent or an ion exchanger for selectively removing various radioactive species present in contaminated water while preventing radionuclides from entering and interacting with the biosphere.

Graphical abstract: Nanomaterials for radioactive wastewater decontamination
Critical Review

Recent advances in electrocatalysts for halogenated organic pollutant degradation

Advanced electrocatalysts for halogenated organic pollutant degradation.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in electrocatalysts for halogenated organic pollutant degradation
Critical Review

Detection of engineered nanoparticles in aquatic environments: current status and challenges in enrichment, separation, and analysis

The development of enrichment–separation–analysis technologies is the cornerstone of accurately detecting, effectively monitoring, and controlling ENPs in aquatic environments.

Graphical abstract: Detection of engineered nanoparticles in aquatic environments: current status and challenges in enrichment, separation, and analysis
Communication

Chemical vapor crosslinking of graphene oxide membranes for controlling nanochannels

The solvent-free chemical vapor crosslinking can directly fix the interlayer spacing of GO membranes for better water treatment.

Graphical abstract: Chemical vapor crosslinking of graphene oxide membranes for controlling nanochannels
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A strategy of electrochemical simultaneous detection of acetaminophen and levofloxacin in water based on g-C3N4 nanosheet-doped graphene oxide

A novel electroanalytical method for the simultaneous determination of acetaminophen (AC) and levofloxacin (LEV) in environmental water was proposed based on graphitic carbon nitride nanosheet-doped graphene oxide (CNNS/GO).

Graphical abstract: A strategy of electrochemical simultaneous detection of acetaminophen and levofloxacin in water based on g-C3N4 nanosheet-doped graphene oxide
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Beneficial synergy of adsorption–intercalation–conversion mechanisms in Nb2O5@nitrogen-doped carbon frameworks for promoted removal of metal ions via hybrid capacitive deionization

Enhanced removal of metal ions in a hybrid capacitive deionization system has been originally developed via the adsorption–intercalation–conversion mechanisms.

Graphical abstract: Beneficial synergy of adsorption–intercalation–conversion mechanisms in Nb2O5@nitrogen-doped carbon frameworks for promoted removal of metal ions via hybrid capacitive deionization
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Surface functionalized nanoscale metal oxides for arsenic(V), chromium(VI), and uranium(VI) sorption: considering single- and multi-sorbate dynamics

This work evaluates single- and multi-sorbate systems, focusing on competitive and/or cooperative effects, exploring monodisperse, metal oxide (MnFe2O4, Fe3O4, or MnxOy) nanocrystals with CTAB (net positive) or OP (net negative) coating(s).

Graphical abstract: Surface functionalized nanoscale metal oxides for arsenic(v), chromium(vi), and uranium(vi) sorption: considering single- and multi-sorbate dynamics
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The fabrication of 3D hierarchical flower-like δ-MnO2@COF nanocomposites for the efficient and ultra-fast removal of UO22+ ions from aqueous solution

3D flower-like δ-MnO2@TpPa-1 composites was constructed though the integration of δ-MnO2 nano-flowers with a covalent organic framework (TpPa-1) via ultrasonication process. δ-MnO2@TpPa-1 a promising adsorbent for spent-nuclear-fuel reprocessing.

Graphical abstract: The fabrication of 3D hierarchical flower-like δ-MnO2@COF nanocomposites for the efficient and ultra-fast removal of UO22+ ions from aqueous solution
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The design of nitrogen-doped core–shell-structured mesopore-dominant hierarchical porous carbon nanospheres for high-performance capacitive deionization

Nitrogen-doped core–shell-structured mesopore-dominant hierarchical porous carbon nanospheres are proven to be a promising material for high-performance capacitive deionization.

Graphical abstract: The design of nitrogen-doped core–shell-structured mesopore-dominant hierarchical porous carbon nanospheres for high-performance capacitive deionization
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Accelerated alkaline activation of peroxydisulfate by reduced rubidium tungstate nanorods for enhanced degradation of bisphenol A

Reduced rubidium tungstate nanorods were employed to activate peroxydisulfate under alkaline conditions for bisphenol A degradation.

Graphical abstract: Accelerated alkaline activation of peroxydisulfate by reduced rubidium tungstate nanorods for enhanced degradation of bisphenol A
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Bioinspired succinyl-β-cyclodextrin membranes for enhanced uranium extraction and reclamation

Schematic of adsorption/desorption for U(VI) on SβCDM, the grafting of SβCD and adsorption mechanism.

Graphical abstract: Bioinspired succinyl-β-cyclodextrin membranes for enhanced uranium extraction and reclamation
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Graphene-PSS/L-DOPA nanocomposite cation exchange membranes for electrodialysis desalination

This research reports the fabrication of nanocomposite cation exchange membranes by incorporating negatively charged graphene-based nanomaterials into a non-charged poly(vinylidene fluoride) matrix using a mold-casting technique developed in-house.

Graphical abstract: Graphene-PSS/l-DOPA nanocomposite cation exchange membranes for electrodialysis desalination
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A novel flower-like Z-type heterojunction CuS/Bi7O9I3 composite catalyst prepared under mild conditions for degradation of antibiotics and sterilization under visible light

The Z-type heterojunction CuS/Bi7O9I3 composite catalyst prepared at low temperature has high-efficiency antibiotic photocatalytic degradation, photothermal synergy and antibacterial properties.

Graphical abstract: A novel flower-like Z-type heterojunction CuS/Bi7O9I3 composite catalyst prepared under mild conditions for degradation of antibiotics and sterilization under visible light
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Leaf vein-inspired microfiltration membrane based on ultrathin nanonetworks

Leaf vein-inspired membranes with nanonetwork structures were constructed for high-flux water purification under ultralow driving pressures.

Graphical abstract: Leaf vein-inspired microfiltration membrane based on ultrathin nanonetworks
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Insight into the pressure-induced displacement mechanism for selecting efficient nanofluids in various capillaries

A pressure-induced displacement mechanism in hydrophobic and hydrophilic capillaries.

Graphical abstract: Insight into the pressure-induced displacement mechanism for selecting efficient nanofluids in various capillaries
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Sunlight-driven atmospheric water capture capacity is enhanced by nano-enabled photothermal desiccants

Atmospheric water capture (AWC) is an alternative method of localized water production whereby water vapor is removed from air to produce drinking water.

Graphical abstract: Sunlight-driven atmospheric water capture capacity is enhanced by nano-enabled photothermal desiccants
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Prolonging the antibacterial activity of nanosilver-coated membranes through partial sulfidation

Silver sulfidation in nanosilver-coated membranes slows down silver release and increase biofouling resistance without affecting the membrane's functionality.

Graphical abstract: Prolonging the antibacterial activity of nanosilver-coated membranes through partial sulfidation
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Ultrathin graphene oxide membrane with constructed tent-shaped structures for efficient and tunable molecular sieving

Tent-shaped ultrathin GO membrane for tunable molecular sieving.

Graphical abstract: Ultrathin graphene oxide membrane with constructed tent-shaped structures for efficient and tunable molecular sieving
From the themed collection: Nanomaterial applications in water
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Photocatalytic reduction of Cr(VI) by graphene oxide materials under sunlight or visible light: the effects of low-molecular-weight chemicals

GO rapidly photocatalyzes the reduction of Cr(VI) utilizing sunlight in the presence of oxalate that acts as an electron donor and chelating agent.

Graphical abstract: Photocatalytic reduction of Cr(vi) by graphene oxide materials under sunlight or visible light: the effects of low-molecular-weight chemicals
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Indium-modified Ga2O3 hierarchical nanosheets as efficient photocatalysts for the degradation of perfluorooctanoic acid

Indium-modified Ga2O3 hierarchical nanosheet was proved to be an efficient and promising photocatalyst for the removal of perfluorooctanoic acid in aqueous environment.

Graphical abstract: Indium-modified Ga2O3 hierarchical nanosheets as efficient photocatalysts for the degradation of perfluorooctanoic acid
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Modeling performance of rhamnolipid-coated engineered magnetite nanoparticles for U(VI) sorption and separation

Iron oxide nanoparticles were stabilized in water using the biosurfactant rhamnolipid, and the adsorption of U(VI) to these nanoparticles was measured and modeled as a function of water chemistry.

Graphical abstract: Modeling performance of rhamnolipid-coated engineered magnetite nanoparticles for U(vi) sorption and separation
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3D heterogeneous CTF@TiO2/Bi2WO6/Au hybrid supported by hollow carbon tubes and its efficient photocatalytic performance in the UV-vis range

The 3D heterogeneous CTF@TiO2/Bi2WO6/Au hybrid broadens the absorption over the entire visible range and improves electron–hole separation.

Graphical abstract: 3D heterogeneous CTF@TiO2/Bi2WO6/Au hybrid supported by hollow carbon tubes and its efficient photocatalytic performance in the UV-vis range
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Efficient microalgae inactivation and growth control by locally enhanced electric field treatment (LEEFT)

Locally enhanced electric field treatment (LEEFT) has been utilized as a novel and promising technology for efficient microalgae inactivation and growth control.

Graphical abstract: Efficient microalgae inactivation and growth control by locally enhanced electric field treatment (LEEFT)
From the themed collection: Nanomaterial applications in water
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Efficient ammonia recovery from wastewater using electrically conducting gas stripping membranes

Recovery of nutrients, such as ammonia, from wastewater offers an attractive approach to increase the overall sustainability of waste management practices.

Graphical abstract: Efficient ammonia recovery from wastewater using electrically conducting gas stripping membranes
From the themed collection: Nanomaterial applications in water
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A tribo-positive Fe@MoS2 piezocatalyst for the durable degradation of tetracycline: degradation mechanism and toxicity assessment

Durable elimination of tetracycline and its toxicity by a tribo-positive Fe@MoS2 piezocatalyst via ball-milling activation.

Graphical abstract: A tribo-positive Fe@MoS2 piezocatalyst for the durable degradation of tetracycline: degradation mechanism and toxicity assessment
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Performance of silver nanoparticle-impregnated ovoid ceramic water filters

This work presents the first performance evaluation of ovoid CWFs designed by Potters without Borders. Performance analysis and characterization data are presented here to inform manufacturing decisions and research methods.

Graphical abstract: Performance of silver nanoparticle-impregnated ovoid ceramic water filters
From the themed collection: Nanomaterial applications in water
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Novel photocatalytic performance of nanocage-like MIL-125-NH2 induced by adsorption of phenolic pollutants

The present work elucidates that the photocatalytic activity of nanocage-like MIL-125-NH2 is enhanced by adsorption of an electron-withdrawing pollutant (p-nitrophenol) but suppressed by adsorption of an electron-donating pollutant (p-methylphenol).

Graphical abstract: Novel photocatalytic performance of nanocage-like MIL-125-NH2 induced by adsorption of phenolic pollutants
Open Access Paper

Hierarchically porous electrospun nanofibrous mats produced from intrinsically microporous fluorinated polyimide for the removal of oils and non-polar solvents

An electrospun nanofibrous adsorbent with micro-, meso- and macropores and surface area of 565 m2 g−1 was developed for the rapid removal of crude oil from seawater.

Graphical abstract: Hierarchically porous electrospun nanofibrous mats produced from intrinsically microporous fluorinated polyimide for the removal of oils and non-polar solvents
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Nitrogen-doped carbon nanotubes encapsulating Fe/Zn nanoparticles as a persulfate activator for sulfamethoxazole degradation: role of encapsulated bimetallic nanoparticles and nonradical reaction

In this work, the carbon nanotubes (CNTs) encapsulating Zn and Fe bimetallic nanoparticles (FeZn@NC) were synthesized through a one-pot pyrolytic strategy.

Graphical abstract: Nitrogen-doped carbon nanotubes encapsulating Fe/Zn nanoparticles as a persulfate activator for sulfamethoxazole degradation: role of encapsulated bimetallic nanoparticles and nonradical reaction
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Amorphous phosphated titanium oxide with amino and hydroxyl bifunctional groups for highly efficient heavy metal removal

FAPTO exhibits a low pHzpc value along with abundant amino and hydroxyl bifunctional groups for efficient heavy metal removal from sewage.

Graphical abstract: Amorphous phosphated titanium oxide with amino and hydroxyl bifunctional groups for highly efficient heavy metal removal
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Molten NaCl-induced MOF-derived carbon-polyhedron decorated carbon-nanosheet with high defects and high N-doping for boosting the removal of carbamazepine from water

The efficient removal of endocrine-disrupting pollutants (EDCs) from water is a crucial issue for improving the quality of drinking water.

Graphical abstract: Molten NaCl-induced MOF-derived carbon-polyhedron decorated carbon-nanosheet with high defects and high N-doping for boosting the removal of carbamazepine from water
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Cellulose nanocrystal/silver (CNC/Ag) thin-film nanocomposite nanofiltration membranes with multifunctional properties

Multifunctional CNC/Ag thin film nanocomposite nanofiltration membranes with high flux, high rejection, and excellent antifouling and antibacterial performance.

Graphical abstract: Cellulose nanocrystal/silver (CNC/Ag) thin-film nanocomposite nanofiltration membranes with multifunctional properties
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A 3D net-like structured fluorescent aerogel based on carboxy-methylated cellulose nanofibrils and carbon dots as a highly effective adsorbent and sensitive optical sensor of Cr(VI)

A 3D net-like structured fluorescent aerogel as a highly effective adsorbent and sensitive optical sensor of Cr(VI) was fabricated.

Graphical abstract: A 3D net-like structured fluorescent aerogel based on carboxy-methylated cellulose nanofibrils and carbon dots as a highly effective adsorbent and sensitive optical sensor of Cr(vi)
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A direct Z-scheme ZnS/Co9S8 heterojunction-based photoelectrochemical sensor for the highly sensitive and selective detection of chlorpyrifos

A direct Z-scheme ZnS/Co9S8 heterojunction-based photoelectrochemical sensor for analyzing organophosphorus chlorpyrifos.

Graphical abstract: A direct Z-scheme ZnS/Co9S8 heterojunction-based photoelectrochemical sensor for the highly sensitive and selective detection of chlorpyrifos
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Enhanced capacitive deionization of saline water using N-doped rod-like porous carbon derived from dual-ligand metal–organic frameworks

Enhanced capacitive deionization of saline water has been demonstrated by using N-doped rod-like porous carbon derived from dual-ligand metal–organic frameworks.

Graphical abstract: Enhanced capacitive deionization of saline water using N-doped rod-like porous carbon derived from dual-ligand metal–organic frameworks
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Novel polyethyleneimine functionalized chitosan–lignin composite sponge with nanowall-network structures for fast and efficient removal of Hg(II) ions from aqueous solution

An environmental-friendly polyethyleneimine functionalized chitosan–lignin composite sponge with interconnected nanowall-network structures is feasibly fabricated for rapidly and selectively removing Hg(II) ions from aqueous solution.

Graphical abstract: Novel polyethyleneimine functionalized chitosan–lignin composite sponge with nanowall-network structures for fast and efficient removal of Hg(ii) ions from aqueous solution
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Graphene oxide membranes on a hierarchical elemental carbon-based support

Carbon-based materials have been used in water engineering to provide more effective and efficient methods to deliver clean water.

Graphical abstract: Graphene oxide membranes on a hierarchical elemental carbon-based support
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Vertically-aligned growth of CuAl-layered double oxides on reduced graphene oxide for hybrid capacitive deionization with superior performance

Designing vertically-aligned CuAl-layered double oxide grown on reduced graphene oxide for capacitive desalination with high capacity and long cycling life.

Graphical abstract: Vertically-aligned growth of CuAl-layered double oxides on reduced graphene oxide for hybrid capacitive deionization with superior performance
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Capacitive deionization of saline water using graphene nanosphere decorated N-doped layered mesoporous carbon frameworks

Capacitive deionization (CDI) is an alternative water purification technology.

Graphical abstract: Capacitive deionization of saline water using graphene nanosphere decorated N-doped layered mesoporous carbon frameworks
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One-step sonochemical synthesis of a reduced graphene oxide – ZnO nanocomposite with antibacterial and antibiofouling properties

Antibacterial reduced graphene oxide – ZnO nanocomposite was synthesized by a one-step sonication method. The antibiofouling surface property of a nanocomposite incorporated polymeric membrane was high with minimum Zn2+ leaching.

Graphical abstract: One-step sonochemical synthesis of a reduced graphene oxide – ZnO nanocomposite with antibacterial and antibiofouling properties
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Accelerated Fenton-like kinetics by visible-light-driven catalysis over iron(III) porphyrin functionalized zirconium MOF: effective promotion on the degradation of organic contaminants

FeIII–TCPPCl-incorporated UiO-66 MOF could reliably achieve both photocatalysis and a Fenton-like reaction under visible light, with effective degradation against organic pollutants.

Graphical abstract: Accelerated Fenton-like kinetics by visible-light-driven catalysis over iron(iii) porphyrin functionalized zirconium MOF: effective promotion on the degradation of organic contaminants
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Enhancing the capacitive deionization performance of NaMnO2 by interface engineering and redox-reaction

Two layered NaMnO2 nanomaterials with expanded interlayer spacing were evaluated as HCDI redox-active intercalation electrodes and showed high CDI performance.

Graphical abstract: Enhancing the capacitive deionization performance of NaMnO2 by interface engineering and redox-reaction
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Dual metal-free polymer reactive sites for the efficient degradation of diclofenac by visible light-driven oxygen reduction to superoxide radical and hydrogen peroxide

Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) and superoxide radical (O2˙) play a critical role in environmental remediation technologies.

Graphical abstract: Dual metal-free polymer reactive sites for the efficient degradation of diclofenac by visible light-driven oxygen reduction to superoxide radical and hydrogen peroxide
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A surface-modified EDTA-reduced graphene oxide membrane for nanofiltration and anti-biofouling prepared by plasma post-treatment

Plasma post-treatment is a facile method to tune performances of functionalized reduced graphene oxide membranes for nanofiltration.

Graphical abstract: A surface-modified EDTA-reduced graphene oxide membrane for nanofiltration and anti-biofouling prepared by plasma post-treatment
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Dissolution kinetics of zinc oxide nanoparticles: real-time monitoring using a Zn2+-specific fluorescent probe

A fluorescence method was employed to monitor the real-time dissolution kinetics of zinc oxide nanoparticles.

Graphical abstract: Dissolution kinetics of zinc oxide nanoparticles: real-time monitoring using a Zn2+-specific fluorescent probe
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Synergistic catalysis of N vacancies and ∼5 nm Au nanoparticles promoted the highly sensitive electrochemical determination of lead(II) using an Au/N-deficient-C3N4 nanocomposite

The synergistic catalysis effect of N vacancies and ∼5 nm Au nanoparticles greatly enhances the electrochemical sensitivity to Pb(II).

Graphical abstract: Synergistic catalysis of N vacancies and ∼5 nm Au nanoparticles promoted the highly sensitive electrochemical determination of lead(ii) using an Au/N-deficient-C3N4 nanocomposite
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Facet-dependent evolution of surface defects in anatase TiO2 by thermal treatment: implications for environmental applications of photocatalysis

Exposed crystal facets of TiO2 nanomaterials significantly affect the surface defect formation of the materials during thermal treatment.

Graphical abstract: Facet-dependent evolution of surface defects in anatase TiO2 by thermal treatment: implications for environmental applications of photocatalysis
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Fe/Mn nanoparticles encapsulated in nitrogen-doped carbon nanotubes as a peroxymonosulfate activator for acetamiprid degradation

Bimetallic Fe/Mn nanoparticles and N-doped carbon nanotubes in FeMn@NCNT synergistically activate peroxymonosulfate to form SO4˙, ˙OH, O2˙ and 1O2 for decomposing acetamiprid.

Graphical abstract: Fe/Mn nanoparticles encapsulated in nitrogen-doped carbon nanotubes as a peroxymonosulfate activator for acetamiprid degradation
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SnSe@SnO2 core–shell nanocomposite for synchronous photothermal–photocatalytic production of clean water

Solar power-based synchronous photothermal evaporation and photodegradation show significant promise on water treatment.

Graphical abstract: SnSe@SnO2 core–shell nanocomposite for synchronous photothermal–photocatalytic production of clean water
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Mycelial pellet-derived heteroatom-doped carbon nanosheets with a three-dimensional hierarchical porous structure for efficient capacitive deionization

The mycelial pellet-derived hierarchical porous carbon nanosheets were fabricated facilely and showed high electrosorption capacity of 18.71 mg g−1 for capacitive deionization.

Graphical abstract: Mycelial pellet-derived heteroatom-doped carbon nanosheets with a three-dimensional hierarchical porous structure for efficient capacitive deionization
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Robust and durable self-healing superhydrophobic polymer-coated MWCNT film for highly efficient emulsion separation

The discharge of large amounts of oily wastewater causes serious environmental pollution and is a threat to human health.

Graphical abstract: Robust and durable self-healing superhydrophobic polymer-coated MWCNT film for highly efficient emulsion separation
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Membrane adsorber containing a new Sm(III)–organic framework for dye removal

An expanding textile industry has exacerbated the problem of dealing with effluent that contains dye molecules.

Graphical abstract: Membrane adsorber containing a new Sm(iii)–organic framework for dye removal
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Simultaneous photocatalytic redox removal of chromium(VI) and arsenic(III) by hydrothermal carbon-sphere@nano-Fe3O4

The reduction of Cr(VI) and oxidation of As(III) were markedly accelerated by employing iron oxide encapsulated in hydrothermal carbon sphere under simulated solar light irradiation.

Graphical abstract: Simultaneous photocatalytic redox removal of chromium(vi) and arsenic(iii) by hydrothermal carbon-sphere@nano-Fe3O4
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Efficient removal of both antimonite (Sb(III)) and antimonate (Sb(V)) from environmental water using titanate nanotubes and nanoparticles

Adsorption of Sb on the surface of TiO2 NMs, and optimized TiO2 {101} plane slab models for Sb(III) and Sb(V) absorption.

Graphical abstract: Efficient removal of both antimonite (Sb(iii)) and antimonate (Sb(v)) from environmental water using titanate nanotubes and nanoparticles
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Scalable graphene oxide membranes with tunable water channels and stability for ion rejection

Graphene oxide membranes with tunable water channels and stability for ion rejections were fabricated by the blade casting technique and cation intercalation.

Graphical abstract: Scalable graphene oxide membranes with tunable water channels and stability for ion rejection
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Recovery of gold from wastewater using nanoscale zero-valent iron

Kilograms of gold were recovered from wastewater using nanoscale zero-valent iron in a smelting plant since 2012.

Graphical abstract: Recovery of gold from wastewater using nanoscale zero-valent iron
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Enhanced antibiotic removal through a dual-reaction-center Fenton-like process in 3D graphene based hydrogels

Enhanced pollutant removal by FeOOH/RGO hydrogels relying on π–π and π–Fe interactions.

Graphical abstract: Enhanced antibiotic removal through a dual-reaction-center Fenton-like process in 3D graphene based hydrogels
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