Graphite spongy material creates steam from the sun

Chu, Jennifer
August 2014
Designfax;8/5/2014, Vol. 10 Issue 29, p1
Product Review
The article offers information on the double-layered structure (DLS) of graphite and carbon developed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), that converts incoming solar energy into steam.


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