Yoda: Drinkable Seawater with Graphene Sieve

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Graphene Sieve Makes Seawater Drinkable

Scientists have created a sieve capable of removing salt from seawater using the “wonder material” graphene.

Researchers at the University of Manchester developed a graphene membrane to desalinate water and make it drinkable, offering the promise of easy and accessible potable water for millions of people around the world.

A study published in the journal Nature Nanotechnology describes how the filtration system works by precisely controling the membrane’s pore size to sieve common salts out of salty water.

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Phi Beta Iota: Free energy may finally be about to be released from secret patent control. That will be a lot less expensive that refined graphene as a means of distilling unlimited quantities of clean water while also cleansing the Ganges, among other important bodies of water, at scale. Still, this is a positive development.

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