Portable Seawater Desalination System for Generating Drinkable Water in Remote Locations.

@article{Yoon2022PortableSD,
  title={Portable Seawater Desalination System for Generating Drinkable Water in Remote Locations.},
  author={Junghyo Yoon and Hyukjin J. Kwon and Sun Ki Kang and Eric Brack and Jongyoon Han},
  journal={Environmental science \& technology},
  year={2022}
}
A portable seawater desalination system would be highly desirable to solve water challenges in rural areas and disaster situations. While many reverse osmosis-based portable desalination systems are already available commercially, they are not adequate for providing reliable drinking water in remote locations due to the requirement of high-pressure pumping and repeated maintenance. We demonstrate a field-deployable desalination system with multistage electromembrane processes, composed of two… 

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