Magnetic EDTA: coupling heavy metal chelators to metal nanomagnets for rapid removal of cadmium, lead and copper from contaminated water.

@article{Koehler2009MagneticEC,
  title={Magnetic EDTA: coupling heavy metal chelators to metal nanomagnets for rapid removal of cadmium, lead and copper from contaminated water.},
  author={F. Koehler and Michael Rossier and Markus Waelle and Evagelos Kimon Athanassiou and Ludwig K. Limbach and Robert N. Grass and Detlef G{\"u}nther and Wendelin Jan Stark},
  journal={Chemical communications},
  year={2009},
  volume={32},
  pages={
          4862-4
        }
}
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