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the leachate.

The findings have "profound implications" for the ultimate disposal of cell phones, the researchers said. "These data demonstrate that electronics manufacturers who seek to design products exempt from current hazardous waste classifications will need to address not just lead, as the current wave of responses to European and Japanese regulations has shown, but also nickel, antimony and zinc, and most importantly, copper content."

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"Leaching Assessments of Hazardous Materials in Cellular Telephones"

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Rapid, one-step, ultra-sensitive detection of food poisoning bacteria and biothreats
Analytical Chemistry

A new mosquito-sized biosensor can detect amazingly small amounts of disease-causing E. coli bacteria in food in a single-step process that takes only minutes, compared to hours required with conventional tests for that common food poisoning agent, researchers in Philadelphia are reporting. The sensor also can quickly detect proteins important in medical diagnostic testing and very low levels of biothreats such as anthrax, according to the study, published in the current (April 1) edition of ACS Analytical Chemistry, a semi-monthly journal.


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