Wired – Chemist Joseph Correa, known for purifying water, says he is making his first breakthrough in water purification.
Correa, a chemical engineer at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, was recently awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work.
Corres is the first person to use a combination of natural and chemical ingredients to purify water, which he has been refining at the Sydney Water Technologies Institute since 2013.
“When I first started it, I was very excited,” Correa said.
“I just wanted to go home and be a normal person, and I had a dream to create something that would make you feel like you were home.”
Correa has been working with water purifiers for nearly a decade and has been developing and testing a range of products since.
“I started with the old ones and I worked out how to make them work better,” Corbett said.
He has been using water purifying machines to make water taste better and said he is the only person to have successfully produced a taste like the natural flavour of milk and honey.
“There is a huge amount of research that has been done in this area and it is a very difficult science to do,” Corres said.
Correas new product is a water purifyr that he has developed to purifying his own drinking water and that is now being tested by water purists around the world.
“The most important thing I do is make sure that the water comes out as clean as possible,” Correas said.
“I don’t make any additives or any chemicals, I just make the water clean as it can be.”
Water purifier ‘the best water purging system I have ever used” Correa’s latest water purifer is a modified version of the one he developed with his wife, Mary, and his business partner, Sarah Hensley.
This device purifies drinking water using chemical elements in a combination with carbon dioxide.
The process involves adding carbon dioxide and a small amount of water to the water.
When the carbon dioxide dissolves, it releases carbonic acid which dissolves some of the carbon atoms in the water and gives it a flavour that can be seen as sour or sweet.
Water purifiers are expensive and expensive to make, but Correaus research was a boon for his business.
His water purger is a hybrid that combines the natural flavours of milk, honey and vinegar, and is also designed to be used in a home.
Corbett said he believes that water purifications are becoming increasingly popular in the future.
It is a good time for water purifers, he said.
It is also a good opportunity for scientists to see what the future holds.
They could have a huge impact on the way we live, he added.
Correae said he was proud of the results.
I am happy that we have been able to make something that we can actually drink, and that makes you feel good.