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THE EFFECT OF SILVER IONS AND NANOPARTICLES ON BIOFILMS AND PLANKTONIC CULTURES OF NITROSOMONAS EUROPAEA

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Nanotechnology is a rapidly growing industry concerned with the fabrication of materials and products at the nanoscale (1 – 100 nm). The increased surface area to volume ratio of nanomaterials relative to larger particles or bulk materials significantly alters the physico-­‐chemical properties of these materials and remains an active area of research and product development. (Moore 2006; Nel et al. 2006; Buzea et al. 2007) Nanomaterials can be found in a wide ran

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