Water Purification

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The process of removing unwanted chemicals, biological pollutants, and suspended particles, from water, is known as water purification. The goal is to provide water that is suitable for a variety of uses. Our goal is to completely purify water so that it may be used for the needs of living beings such as agriculture and drinking. We looked for a low-cost substance that might be used to accurately purify water. Then we discovered that silver kills germs while also eliminating chlorine, trihalomethanes, lead, particulates, and stink. To have the water thoroughly cleansed, we first purify it with silver nanoparticles through an electrified filter. After that, a cotton cloth can be soaked in water and covered in silver and carbon nanostructures. This approach does not necessitate high prices or specific locations, making it appropriate for use in poor distant settlements. As a result, it has a significant impact on the social life of those communities. Furthermore, giving clean water will aid in the provision of good health, ensuring a disease-free existence, and a healthy environment will stimulate the movement of education and work. This helps to bring down the unemployment rate.

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shams khattab
Aya Zayan