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What Is Adsorption?

Adsorption is a process widely used for all sorts of water treatment, but what exactly is it? The term is used to describe the adhesion of a thin layer of molecules to the surfaces of liquids or solids they come in contact with. Adsorption is widely used in drinking...

Urban Biorefinieries Could Treat Waste, Produce Green Power

The population of the world is increasing, and with more people living in cities -- a projected 70 percent of the world's population by 2050 -- people will need more energy and produce more waste. Scientists worldwide are working on projects to transform municipal...

What Is Percolation?

When you think of percolation, making coffee might immediately come to mind, but the term is used to describe several types of water phenomena. Percolation is a natural phenomenon scientists and water managers can calculate and use to ensure surface and groundwater...

What Is Tartaric Stabilization?

Tartaric stabilization is a process used in beverage manufacturing. What does it do? And how does it do it? Winemakers use the process to help prevent the formation of tartrate crystals or "wine diamonds" in wine bottles. Although the crystals are tasteless, many...

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