Direct-drive ocean wave-powered batch reverse osmosis

@article{Brodersen2021DirectdriveOW,
  title={Direct-drive ocean wave-powered batch reverse osmosis},
  author={Katie M. Brodersen and Emily Bywater and Alec M. Lanter and Hayden H. Schennum and Kumansh N. Furia and Maulee K. Sheth and Nathaniel S. Kiefer and Brittany K. Cafferty and Akshay K. Rao and Jos{\'e} M. Garc{\'i}a and David M. Warsinger},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2107.07137}
}

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