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ABU DHABI - Researchers in the United Arab Emirates say they have created a new material - inspired by mussels - which can remove textile dyes from wastewater.

A team at Khalifa University in Abu Dhabi say the novel adsorbent is highly selective and efficient, making it a potential game changer for wastewater treatment.

The new material is made from a polymer, called polydopamine, modified with an ionic liquid to create a new material able to remove anionic pollutants from water.

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