Using Soap to Remove Micropollutants from Water

MIT chemical engineers create an affordable, sustainable soap-based system to eliminate emerging micropollutants in water

Using Soap to Remove Micropollutants from Water

Imagine millions of soapy sponges the size of human cells that can clean water by soaking up contaminants. This simplistic model is used to describe technology that MIT chemical engineers have recently developed to remove micropollutants from water — a concerning, worldwide...

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