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Tiny Motors That Can Clean up Polluted Water (Video)

This Headline Science video features one motor that could help break down organic contaminants, such as pesticides and plasticizers, in water.

by American Chemical Society
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Scientists are developing new motors that are tiny, soft and run on light, magnetic effects, or chemical solutions. They can serve specific functions—including cleaning up pollution. This Headline Science video features one motor that could help break down organic contaminants, such as pesticides and plasticizers, in water.