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Desalination study could help engineers produce clean water more efficiently

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A team led by researchers from Imperial College London, investigated how water molecules move in a confined space—in this case through a polyamide (PA) membrane that is used to remove salt from seawater to produce fresh water.
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Desalination study could help engineers produce clean water more efficiently

A team led by researchers from Imperial College London, investigated how water molecules move in a confined space—in this case through a polyamide (PA) membrane that is used to remove salt from seawater to produce fresh water.

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Desalination study could help engineers produce clean water more efficiently | Imperial News | Imperial College London

Scientists have shown how water passes through a filtration membrane during the process of desalination at a molecular level for the first time.

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