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Reverse Osmosis filter
Reverse Osmosis is a mechanism where dissolved inorganic solids (such as salts) are removed from water solution. This is achieved by individual household water pressure forcely passing from the tap water through a semipermeable layer. The layer (its thickness is as cellophane) permits exceptionally water to pass through, leaving the impurities or contaminates. later on these impurities and contaminates are flushed down the drain.
Related Journals of Reverse Osmosis Filter
Journal of Membrane Science & Technology, Journal of Materials Chemistry, Green House & Nursery water treatment information, Water research Journal-Elsevier , Journal of chemical Engineering of Japan, society of Solid State & Electro chemical Science & Technology.