Just to start discussion about desalinization, water treatments and irrigation future, that by the way LENR may power one day...
Device makes seawater drinkable in minutes, possibly solving world’s freshwater shortage
Around 785 million people around the world lack a clean source of drinking water, according to the World Health Organization.
Now, researchers from the Korean Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology (KICT) have created what they call a coaxial electrospun nanofiber membrane, which lasts longer before becoming too wet to work. While current membranes last for around 50 hours, the team’s new material can go for as long as a month before needing to be replaced.
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Co-axially electrospun superhydrophobic nanofiber membranes with 3D-hierarchically structured surface for desalination by long-term membrane distillation
Electrospun nanofiber membranes (ENMs) have gained increasing interest in membrane distillation (MD) applications due to their high surface area, high…