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News: Evoqua buys Noble

CARBON DIOXIDE GRAPHENE MEMBRANES NUCLEAR POWER REVERSE OSMOSIS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT

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Evoqua buys Noble Water Technologies

PITTSBURGH—Evoqua Water Technologies has acquired privately held Noble Water Technologies for an undisclosed amount. Noble, based in Dallas, provides high-purity water treatment equipment ...

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MANCHESTER, England—Research at the University of Manchester has found that graphene-based membranes could lower the energy cost required to produce heavy water used as a coolant in nuclear power stations when compared to ...

 

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