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Imitating the Weathering of Microplastics in the Marine Environment
The existence of microplastic particles (polymer particles <5 mm) in our environment has already been proven by several studies [Cole et al. in JAMA 62:2588–2597, 2011, Cózar et al. in JAMA 28:10239–10244, 2014].
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