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Carbon Nanotubes: Making your water drinkable

by on Jun.01, 2011, under Articles, News, Science

New desalination process uses carbon nanotubes [Kurzweil AI]

So part of the problem with water is that the majority of it on Earth is full of salt and drinking that much salt just isn’t that good for us. So we came up with the word desalination to describing removing salt from water. Too bad most desalination processes are very energy intensive. However researchers at the New Jersey Institute of Technology have some up better process using carbon nanotubes that requires less heat and produces more drinkable water!

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