Bipolar electrodialysis aiming to extend its reach beyond niche industrial applications

At the EuroNanoForum 2009 in Prague last week, we heard from Thomas Melin of German research institute RWTH Aachen about NEW ED (see p. 44 of this EC summary), a freshly minted European Commission (EC) research program focused on improving bipolar electrodialysis for water purification. In addition ...

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