Mo’s thesis project is to develop and identify materials that have chemical selectivity for water. The current paradigm for water treatment involves removing contaminants, and each type of contaminant requires a different treatment process, which is time-consuming, complicated, and can be expensive. Identifying materials that select for water, rather than selecting for the contaminants, could revolutionize water treatment, making it simpler, more cost-effective, and faster. Mo has presented his research at the last three ACS spring meetings, at the Jacobson Conference, and at a symposium here on campus.
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