Graphene helps purify water

The use of graphene is becoming more popular and more versatile. LifeSaver, the UK-based manufacturer of portable and reusable water filters, has signed an exclusive contract with the National Graphene Institute (NGI) at the University of Manchester. Over 18 months, they will be using graphene to develop a proprietary and ...

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