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The book “Nano Materials Induced Removal of Textile Dyes from Waste Water“ discusses the environmental issue of the nanomaterial. As the topic is extreme vast only a particular part of the environmental issue i.e. water pollution has been given a focus. The topic has been further concentrated to the removal
Rigorous chemical treatments of pure bleached pulp are the most common approaches used to obtain cellulose nanofibrils. These processes incur significant expenses and are a detriment to the environment. Study: Lignocellulosic nanomaterials production from wheat straw via peracetic acid pretreatment and their application in plastic composites. Image Credit: OskarsK/Shutterstock.com A paper published