Making Salt Water Drinkable Just Got 99 Percent Easier | Technology |
Access to steady supplies of clean water is getting more and more difficult in the developing world, especially as demand skyrockets.


Lockheed Martin's Perforene, on the other hand, is made from single atom-thick sheets of graphene. Because the sheets are so thin, water flows through them far more easily than through a conventional TFC.


Filters made through the Perforene process would incorporate filtering holes just 100 nm in diameter—large enough to let water molecules through but small enough to capture dissolved salts. It looks a bit like chicken wire when viewed under a microscope

Via Sepp Hasslberger