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Using graphene foam to filter toxins from drinking water

phys.org

Removing uranium from drinking water.

"In the future, instead of a passive water filter, we could be using a smart filter powered by clean electricity that turns on electrolytic action, which could extract multiple toxic metals, tell you when to regenerate the filter, and give you quality assurance about the water you're drinking."

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