Some Potential Negative Impacts of Nanomaterials on Human Health and Environment

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Some latest research progresses on the potential negative impacts of engineered nanomaterials on human health and the environment are reviewed. Open problems about such aspects are addressed.

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Liangzhong Jiang

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Y. J. Chen, "Some Potential Negative Impacts of Nanomaterials on Human Health and Environment", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 590, pp. 3-8, 2012

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