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Breakthrough Could Make Clean Drinking Water Available To Billions Of People

An international team of researchers has created a new class of materials called metal-organic frameworks that offer the prospect of making abundant supplies of clean drinking water and mining precious metals from sea water cheaply and without large amounts of energy.
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