Common Single-Use Consumer Plastic Products Release Trillions of Sub-100 nm Nanoparticles per Liter into Water during Normal Use

This study demonstrates that commonly used consumer products such as single-use food grade nylon bags and hot beverage cups release nanometer-sized plastic particles when exposed to water.

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