NewsLow-cost graphene-iron filters that selectively separate
gaseous mixtures

27th March 2020by admin0
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UNSW researchers have shown how a new class of
low-cost graphene-based membranes—a type of filter used in industry
sectors that generate enormous mixed waste gases, such as solid
plastic waste, biowaste or wastewater—can be selectively tuned to
separate different gases from gaseous mixtures.

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