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Novel desiccant materials for more energy-efficient AC systems

Teams of researchers at MIT and at Texas A&M University have developed novel desiccant materials that could lead to more energy-efficient and economical room air conditioners and dehumidifiers. 



Metal organic frameworks (MOFs) [1] 


Traditional vapour compression air conditioning systems include a refrigeration dehumidification process. In a nuts...

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