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And getting to 400 F(or 204 °C) is pretty easy with experimental prototype circuits, right?
How about using salted water from the sea to do activated carbon?Depending on the sea, water is salted from 3% to 30% (dead sea). This would only need more salt then... However, you'd have to figure out weither this water is clean enough to do it.Great project anyway!
Interesting idea but I don't get it. You need a lot of (presumably clean) water and salt to produce the activated carbon, which you can produce clean water. But if you don't have clean water to start with, what do you do? Is this an effective way of creating more clean water?
Can you tell us which UF filter you are using in the photo?Great work, thanks!!
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