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Ural Pupils Achieved Material Capable of Purifying Water from Oil
21.02.2019 16:51
Ural Pupils Achieved Material Capable of Purifying Water from Oil

The participants of the Ural project shift at the educational center "Sirius" in Sochi have received the material that can clear water from oil contamination.

      This was announced by the project team mentor, junior researcher at the Department of Condensed Matter and Nanoscale Systems of the Ural Federal University, Andrei Makayev.

      "In the course of a method we chose along with others, laser processing was used and we obtained a super hydrophobic (water repellent) material that can separate oil and water, which is vital in environmental disasters. The resulting material is a white polymer plate" - Andrei Makayev explained.

      "Now we are planning to develop this direction in the Urals project shift and make a prototype device aimed at eliminating environmental disasters," - he added.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Inventions Sochi Environment   

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