Engineered two-dimensional nanomaterials: an emerging paradigm for water purification and monitoring

We provide a state-of-the-art account on engineered 2D nanomaterials and their applications in emerging water technologies, involving separation, adsorption, photocatalysis, and pollutant detection

Minxiang Zeng; Mingfeng Chen; Dali Huang; Shijun Lei; Xuan Zhang; Ling Wang; Zhengdong Cheng

2020

Scholarcy highlights

  • Water scarcity has become an increasingly complex challenge with the growth of the global population, economic expansion, and climate change, highlighting the demand for advanced water treatment technologies that can provide clean water in a scalable, reliable, affordable, and sustainable manner
  • We provide a state-of-the-art account on engineered 2D nanomaterials and their applications in emerging water technologies, involving separation, adsorption, photocatalysis, and pollutant detection
  • This review concludes with a perspective on the pressing challenges and emerging opportunities in 2D nanomaterials-enabled wastewater treatment and water-quality monitoring
  • Engineered two-dimensional nanomaterials: an emerging paradigm for water purification and monitoring

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