Mixing brine and fresh water could become a new way to generate power based on the thermodynamic principle of entropy
Switches between superhydrophobicity to superhydrophilic with pH could have important applications in medical applications.
Nanoparticle-based sorbents demonstrate excellent affinity for the separation of heavy metals in contaminated water systems
Water exists in 15 distinct phases, now research shows that at 180 K ice and liquid can coexist after water crystallizes.
Visible-light catalysis, using silver chloride nanowires decorated with gold nanoparticles, may decompose organic molecules in polluted water
A new report warns that global water shortages are an increasing threat to businesses.
A report was released how well the wastewater systems of the country are functioning.
Wastewater analysis in Paris hints at high levels of cocaine abuse in the city but low levels of ecstasy, amphetamines, and opiates.
Who has made a significant contribution to chemistry? The call for tenders for the 2011 GDCh prizes is now open.
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