NewsAtomic snapshots show fast ion migration in ultra-thin
clays

27th August 2021by admin0
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Research led by The University of Manchester has found
that ions diffuse 10,000 times faster inside atomically thin clays
than in bulk clay crystals. Clays are used in a wide variety of
membrane applications, so this result offers the potential to
achieve vastly improved desalination or fuel cell performance
simply by switching to ultra-thin clays when producing the
membranes.

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