Accidental orange peel discovery could suck deadly mercury out of oceans

Updated October 22, 2015 ● 510 views

Australian researchers have accidentally discovered a way to remove mercury from water using a material made from industrial waste and orange peel. Developers Max Worthington and Justin Chalker, from South Australia’s Flinders University, said until now there had been no such method.



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