View the Special Issue on Transformations of Nanomaterials

The series of papers presented in this special issue highlight several transformations of natural and engineered nanomaterials that are critical processes affecting their behavior in the environment. It begins to make connections between the nanoscale properties and features of various NP types and their macromolecular coatings, and their behavior and effects in natural systems. The papers also illustrate that additional research and the development of novel tools for characterizing NMs in situ and at relevant concentrations is needed to more completely describe transformation processes and determine the extent to which these processes occur in real systems.
Gregory V. Lowry, Kelvin B. Gregory, Simon C. Apte, and Jamie R. Lead
Gregory V. Lowry, Kelvin B. Gregory, Simon C. Apte, and Jamie R. Lead
Clément Levard, E. Matt Hotze, Gregory V. Lowry, and Gordon E. Brown, Jr.
Jason M. Unrine, Benjamin P. Colman, Audrey J. Bone, Andreas P. Gondikas, and Cole W. Matson
Audrey J. Bone, Benjamin P. Colman, Andreas P. Gondikas, Kim M. Newton, Katherine H. Harrold, Rose M. Cory, Jason M. Unrine, Stephen J. Klaine, Cole W. Matson, and Richard T. Di Giulio
David Jassby, Jeffrey Farner Budarz, and Mark Wiesner
Shweta Tripathi, Denis Champagne, and Nathalie Tufenkji
Tong Zhang, Bojeong Kim, Clément Levard, Brian C. Reinsch, Gregory V. Lowry, Marc A. Deshusses, and Heileen Hsu-Kim
Stephen M. King and Helen P. Jarvie
Indranil Chowdhury, David M. Cwiertny, and Sharon L. Walker

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