Bimetallic-based Strategies for Simultaneously Detection and Remediation of Environmental Pollutants (The Croucher Foundation)

Project: Research project

Project Details


Practical and cost-effective treatment of industrial waste has been a long-standing challenge in our modern society. Recently, research attention has been focused on the development of chemosensors for in-situ monitoring of pollutants. Furthermore, In order to deal with the industrial waste problems, elimination of harmful chemicals should be processed after the discovery of them. In this context, our primary aim is to design and synthesize a smart molecular device that can automatically degrade industrial pollutants when their levels reach a certain detection threshold is highly desirable.

Funding Source: HK Private Fund - Others^^
Effective start/end date08/09/1207/03/13


  • Environmental Chemistry


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