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  title={Environmental application of nanotechnology: air, soil, and water},
  author={Rusul Khaleel Ibrahim and Maan Hayyan and Mohammed Abdulhakim Alsaadi and Adeeb Hayyan and Shaliza Ibrahim},
  journal={Environmental Science and Pollution Research},
Global deterioration of water, soil, and atmosphere by the release of toxic chemicals from the ongoing anthropogenic activities is becoming a serious problem throughout the world. This poses numerous issues relevant to ecosystem and human health that intensify the application challenges of conventional treatment technologies. Therefore, this review sheds the light on the recent progresses in nanotechnology and its vital role to encompass the imperative demand to monitor and treat the emerging… 

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