A device that extracts water from the surrounding air even in the desert

جهاز يستخرج المياه من الهواء المحيط حتى في الصحراء

Scientists have come up with a new solution to the problem of water scarcity on the planet: creating a device that pulls fresh water out of thin air.

A team of scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of California at Berkeley designed the new device using a special type of material known as organic metal frames (MOF).

These materials are crystalline systems made up of a metal contract with organic links, forming porous structures that can store molecules of different materials according to chemical composition, including hydrogen and carbon dioxide.

"This is a great achievement in the long-term challenge of extracting water from the air at low humidity levels," said Umar Yaghi of the University of California. "He said.

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