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Abstract: Mining, smelting, and use of tungsten (W) have increased rapidly in the past few decades, but recently the US EPA declared this element an “emerging contaminant of concern,” because it is likely a carcinogen. Despite the health concerns, remarkably little research has yet addressed the environmental transport and fate of tungsten. As dissolved tungsten ... Read more about "EESS talk on "Tungsten isotopes as a probe of reactions governing environmental transport of a toxic heavy metal""
By Dr Laura Wasylenki, associate professor (visiting professor @EML-EPFL), Sesame Lab ...