Pure Water, With A Little Help From The Sun
Researchers at the University of Texas at Arlington have a bright idea for cleaning and disinfecting water: use the sun. Their process, called solar-assisted disinfection, destroys bacteria and contaminants by exploiting a chemical reaction between ultraviolet light and titanium dioxide, a white pigment found in everything from paint to sunscreen.
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