TurboBeads magnetic nanoparticles are used to magnetically extract a dye (methylorange)
from drinking water
Run time 1.47 mins
Think we could use this to desalinate water at a large scale. Create a vortex of sea water, inject the nanoparticles as they flow and grab the salt then split the streams with high power magnets.
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