Latest HOT, Review and Open Access content from Environmental Science: Nano





We are delighted to share with you a hand-picked selection of papers recently published in Environmental Science: Nano.

HOT papers – as recommended by our referees

Nanoparticle affinity for natural soils: a functional assay for determining particle attachment efficiency in complex systems
Amalia A. Turner et al

Multivariate analysis of the exposure and hazard of ceria nanomaterials in indoor aquatic mesocosms
Mohammad Nassar et al

A novel and simple method for polyethylene terephthalate (PET) nanoparticle production
Ana G. Rodríguez-Hernández et al

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Reviews – timely overviews of key topics in environmental nanoscience

Strategies for robust and accurate experimental approaches to quantify nanomaterial bioaccumulation across a broad range of organisms
Elijah J. Petersen et al

Emerging investigator series: polymeric nanocarriers for agricultural applications: synthesis, characterization, and environmental and biological interactions
Sheyda Shakiba et al

Critical role of water stability in metal–organic frameworks and advanced modification strategies for the extension of their applicability
Botao Liu et al

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Open Access – read for free!

The rise of the nanomaterial metabolite corona, and emergence of the complete corona
Andrew J. Chetwynd and Iseult Lynch

Interaction of silver nanoparticles with antioxidant enzymes
Wei Liu et al

Reactivity of graphene oxide with reactive oxygen species (hydroxyl radical, singlet oxygen, and superoxide anion)
Hsin-Se Hsieh and Richard G. Zepp

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About Environmental Science: Nano
Led by Editor-in-Chief Peter Vikesland (Virginia Tech), Environmental Science: Nano is the premier journal dedicated to nano aspects of environmental science and sustainability. The journal has an Impact Factor of 7.683* and is published on a not-for-profit basis by the Royal Society of Chemistry; as a learned society and professional body, the RSC is committed to supporting the global scientific community by re-investing all surplus into charitable activities such as education, outreach, and science policy. More details about the journal and our scope can be found on our website:

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* 2019 Journal Citation Reports (Clarivate Analytics, 2020)


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