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Team captained by Huang Fuqiang, chief researcher at the Shanghai Institute of Ceramics of Chinese Academy of Sciences, assembles the composite material at the Shanghai Institute of Ceramics of Chinese Academy of Sciences in east China's Shanghai, April 24, 2018. A new composite material developed by a group of Chinese researchers has proved highly effective in cleaning water contaminated by organics. (Xinhua/Ding Ting)

 

Huang Fuqiang, chief researcher at the Shanghai Institute of Ceramics of Chinese Academy of Sciences, illustrates the making process and the use of absorbing nets made by the composite material at the Shanghai Institute of Ceramics of Chinese Academy of Sciences in east China's Shanghai, April 24, 2018. A new composite material developed by a group of Chinese researchers has proved highly effective in cleaning water contaminated by organics. (Xinhua/Ding Ting)

 

Photo taken on April 24, 2018 shows different types of contaminated water being cleaned with the composite material at the Shanghai Institute of Ceramics of Chinese Academy of Sciences in east China's Shanghai. A new composite material developed by a group of Chinese researchers has proved highly effective in cleaning water contaminated by organics. (Xinhua/Ding Ting)

 

A lake suffered excessive organics caused by the accumulation of fallen leaves is to be cleaned by being covered with the composite material at a park in east China's Shanghai, April 25, 2018. A new composite material developed by a group of Chinese researchers has proved highly effective in cleaning water contaminated by organics. (Xinhua/Ding Ting)

 

Team captained by Huang Fuqiang, chief researcher at the Shanghai Institute of Ceramics of Chinese Academy of Sciences, assembles the composite material at the Shanghai Institute of Ceramics of Chinese Academy of Sciences in east China's Shanghai, April 24, 2018. A new composite material developed by a group of Chinese researchers has proved highly effective in cleaning water contaminated by organics. (Xinhua/Ding Ting)

 

Photo taken on April 24, 2018 shows contaminated water from textile and dyeing industry cleaned with the composite material within about three minutes at the Shanghai Institute of Ceramics of Chinese Academy of Sciences in east China's Shanghai. A new composite material developed by a group of Chinese researchers has proved highly effective in cleaning water contaminated by organics. (Xinhua/Ding Ting)

 

Combined photo taken on April 24, 2018 shows oil-contaminated water turning clear under the cleaning effect of a composite material within three minutes and four seconds at the Shanghai Institute of Ceramics of Chinese Academy of Sciences in east China's Shanghai. A new composite material developed by a group of Chinese researchers has proved highly effective in cleaning water contaminated by organics. (Xinhua/Ding Ting)

 

Huang Fuqiang, chief researcher at the Shanghai Institute of Ceramics of Chinese Academy of Sciences, makes the composite material at the Shanghai Institute of Ceramics of Chinese Academy of Sciences in east China's Shanghai, April 24, 2018. A new composite material developed by a group of Chinese researchers has proved highly effective in cleaning water contaminated by organics. (Xinhua/Ding Ting)

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