Thursday, August 26, 2010

British scientists create "dry" water

Although it sounds like a contradiction, "dry" water does exist.

This substance, the fruit of research Dr. Ben Carter of the University of Liverpool, it looks like powdered sugar and could make a revolution in the way of using chemical products, says the London Telegraph.

Each particle of dry water contains water droplets, surrounded by sandy silicon layer.

In fact, 95 percent of the "dry" water is "wet" water.

Scientists believe that clean water could be used in the fight against global warming, so it would upijala carbon dioxide from greenhouse gases.

Tests show that water in the dry state that absorbs three times more carbon dioxide than regular water.

Dry water also can be effectively used for storage of methane and increase the potential energy sources of natural gas.

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