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Nanotechnology Definitions

Many regulatory bodies around the world have separately developed definitions of “nanomaterial” to identify materials of potential interest, resulting in inconsistent definitions among regulatory organizations.

Reports and Studies

Making Sense of Human Biomonitoring Results

ACC Science and Research Highlights | Making Sense of Human Biomonitoring Results: Understanding these Exposure Data in the Context of Potential Human Health Risks - September 2014.

Water Treatment Basics

CleanWater Brought to You by Chemistry ACC celebrates WorldWaterDay and the White House Water Summit by releasing a video highlighting the many ways chemistry keeps water flowing from source to tap The United States enjoys one of the best supplies of drinking water in the world Water utilities across t

About Us

Formed in 2005, the Nanotechnology Panel of the American Chemistry Council (ACC) is composed of companies with business interests in the products and applications of nanotechnology.

What is Nanotechnology?

Nanotechnology is the science of extremely small structures that generally measure less than 100 nanometers (nm). One nanometer is one billionth of a meter, and there are more than 25 million nanometers in one inch. A sheet of paper is about 100,000 nm thick.

Chlorine Chemistry: Essential to Safer Water for 100 Years, and Running

CleanWater Brought to You by Chemistry ACC celebrates WorldWaterDay and the White House Water Summit by releasing a video highlighting the many ways chemistry keeps water flowing from source to tap On a mild, early fall day in September, 1908, a water treatment operator at New Jersey s Boonton Reservo

Chlorine and Healthcare Practices

Hospital infections are a growing concern for patients as well as the healthcare workers who care for them The U S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates there are at least 2 million healthcare associated infections each year, causing 90,000 deaths and 4 5 billion in excess health care costs Chlo

Chlorine Experiments

The following experiments demonstrate the usefulness of two products made using chlorine chemistry Sunscreen and Light Energy Antifreeze and the Freezing Point of Water For additional experiments involving chlorine chemistry, check out our Building Block Chemistry resources 452