What is nanopollution?



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    Nanopollution is waste matter or byproducts of nanoscopic devices or material manufacture. Nanoscopic devices leave behind nanoparticles which can infiltrate the cells of humans, animals and all other living organisms. These particles have been proven to be able to make their way to the brain. It is believed that humans who live in urban areas are most susceptible to heavy exposure to nanopollution. The exhaust from cars, the manganese oxide from construction sites and other substances add up to tons of nanoscopoic pollution that people who live in urban areas inhale everyday. 

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