New Membrane Material Tested
MIT has made a working dialysis membrane out of graphine. One layer of carbon atoms about the size of a fingernail filtered nanometer-sized molecules out of water based fluids up to ten times faster than standard membranes. With more pores, the graphene may filter as much as 100 times faster.
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