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  • Advanced polymers help streamline water purification, environmental remediation

    Professor Xiao Su, left, graduate student Stephen Cotty, center, and postdoctoral researcher Kwiyong Kim have developed an energy-efficient device that selectively absorbs a highly toxic form of arsenic in water and converts it into a far less toxic form.

    Professor Xiao Su, left, graduate student Stephen Cotty, center, and postdoctoral researcher Kwiyong Kim have developed an energy-efficient device that selectively absorbs a highly toxic form of arsenic in water and converts it into a far less toxic form.

    Photo by Fred Zwicky

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  • To reach Xiao Su, call 217-300-0134; email x2su@illinois.edu.

    The paper “Asymmetric redox-polymer interfaces for electrochemical reactive separations: Synergistic capture and conversion of arsenic” is available online and from the U. of I. News Bureau. DOI: 10.1002/adma.201906877