REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER SYSTEMS

Reverse osmosis water filtering systems and products have come a long ways since they where first developed in 1748 by Jean-Antoine Nollet. From the 1700's to the 1940's very little was done to advance the development. Then researchers from multiple American Universities began to experiment with different ways to remove salt from the ocean. A big breakthrough happened in 1959 by two researchers at UCLA, Sidney Loeb and Srinivasa Sourirajan. They developed a synthetic functioning reverse osmosis membrane. This membrane was able to stop the salt molecules from passing through while still allowing the fresh water to pass through.

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