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Introduction Ninety-seven percent of the earth's water mass lies in its oceans. Of the remaining 3 percent, five-sixths is brackish, leaving a mere 0.5 percent as freshwater. With pollution, this amount is decreasing. Abundant seawater is a tantalizing resource. Many methods of producing drinking water from the sea have been developed over time; naturally, all of them require energy to separate dissolved salt from the water source. This process is called
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E. W. "Bob" Boulware: Alternative Water Sources and Wastewater Management. Solar Water Distillation1, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2013), AccessEngineering Export