EU issues 50% definition of nanomaterials

The definition, which has a much higher threshold than previous ones, will form the basis for regulatory provisions

The commission says single-walled carbon nanotubes (pictured) should count as nanomaterials even if they fall below the 1-100nm size range (photo: Cheaptubes CC-BY-3.0)
The commission says single-walled carbon nanotubes (pictured) should count as nanomaterials even if they fall below the 1-100nm size range (photo: Cheaptubes CC-BY-3.0)

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