Chemical trap takes the sting out of white phosphorus

By Jon Evans A CHEMICAL cage that safely traps white phosphorus could one day help clean up areas contaminated with the highly unstable substance. “This cage could potentially be used in an industrial spill or a war zone,” says lead researcher Jonathan Nitschke at the University of Cambridge. “The iron cage could be used to clean up white phosphorus in an industrial spill or a war zone” White phosphorus, a highly reactive form of the element,
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