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Solar vapor production is considered a safe and environmentally friendly way to reduce freshwater shortages. However, designing a simple solar evaporator with a simple method is still a challenge. Simply cross-linking the carbonized cattail leaf and the fibers from the alkali-treated cattail leaf's alginate-treated cattail leaf has been utilised in this solar evaporator by simply cross-linking the carbonized cattail leaf and the alginate's hair. To pump the bottom water to the upper photothermal membrane, the original cattail leaf with its square water transfer channels and inherent hydrophilicity is used. The full cattail leaf-derived solar evaporator achieves a solar thermal evaporator with a solar thermal efficiency of 87% under 1-solar owing to the synergistic effect between the photothermal membrane and the cattail leaf-based water transporter's evaporation rate of 1. 46 kg mu20131 h. u20132 hu20131's evaporator's 1,46 kg/mu20131 hu20132 e evaporation e evaporator e ete evaporator's e evaporation rate of e 87. In addition, the total cost of the chemicals used to produce 1 m2 of cattail leaf-based photothermal membrane is expected to be about 3. 1 dollars.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10570-022-04941-8
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