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Advancing Desalination by Robert Y. Ning

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Advancing Desalination
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535107040
Number of pages: 216

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The purpose of desalination is to make water drinkable, or pure enough for industrial applications like in the processes for the production of steam, power, pharmaceuticals and microelectronics, or simply for attaining acceptable qualities for discharge back into the environment. This volume touches on Membranes and Systems, Solar Desalination, Reverse Osmosis Process Chemistry and Control, Drinking Water Quality, and Selective Waste Product Removal.

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