New Micro-Desalination Device Cleans Water Electrostatically

New Micro-Desalination Device Cleans Water Electrostatically
technology

MIT scientists have developed a small desalination chip that could solve the problem of bringing clean water to remote areas.

Naresh Kumar
  • 24 march 2010

Scientists at MIT have created a small desalination device which can produce clean water with 99% purity. The device is the size of a postage stamp, which makes for easy portability and cuts down the high cost generally associated with desalination.

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