Long-fibre carbon nanotubes shown to be carcinogenic

Long-fibre carbon nanotubes shown to be carcinogenic

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by Thomas Scherer @ elektormagazine.com writes:

Nanotechnology plays an indispensable role in modern materials research and new products. Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) enable production of novel materials with amazing properties. Progress is however not without risk and a recent study on mice has shown that certain types of CNTs have similar carcinogenic properties as asbestos fibers.

Long-fibre carbon nanotubes shown to be carcinogenic – [Link]

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