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The Purest Water Is in Russia
30.09.2008 21:27
The Purest Water Is in Russia

Researchers from Pyatigorsk developed a technology for water purification they claim it to be the best in the world.
      
      The technology is based upon the law of water capillary lift the smaller conductors diameter results in the higher water lift.
      
      Nanotechnologies allow making conductors with diameter of water molecule, providing tens of meters of water lift. Such technology doesnt require any energy sources and keeps water molecules intact for better digestion.
      
      Development of Russian scientists was awarded at XIV International Congress and Exhibition High technologies. Innovations. Investments, which took place in St. Petersburg.
      
      Source: Science & Technologies


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