A simple Environmental-Friendly Method for Disposing Toxic Chemical Wastes
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We present two methods of silver reduction from toxic chemical wastes containing silver by-products to make their disposal less complex and more environmental-friendly. We demonstrate the simplicity and advantages of these methods, which could be applied to educational or industrial laboratory facilities.
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