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Natural Gas Filtration Goes Green

News   Apr 10, 2019 | Original story by Helen Knight for Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

 
Natural Gas Filtration Goes Green

MIT researchers have developed a new polymer membrane that can dramatically improve the efficiency of natural gas purification, while reducing its environmental impact. Credit: Chelsea Turner, MIT.

 
 
 

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