Is reverse osmosis harmful?

Answer On One Hand: The process itself is not harmfulReverse osmosis refers to the process of passing water through a membrane with miniscule openings. These openings do not allow the large chemical makeu... Read More »

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What should the pH of reverse osmosis be?

The pH level of reverse osmosis water depends on the pH of the water before it it undergoes the reverse osmosis process. According to Free Drinking Water, the pH of water should range between 6.5 t... Read More »

How to Reverse Osmosis?

In osmosis, the solvent (the substance that dissolves) migrates through a semi-permeable membrane from a region of lower solute (the substance that gets dissolved) concentration to a region of high... Read More »

When was reverse osmosis invented?

Arthur M. Kohl of Woodland Hills, California, applied for a patent for his Kohl Reverse Osmosis System on January 2, 1968. The patent #3,494,468 was issued on February 10, 1970.References:Google Pa... Read More »

Reverse Osmosis Problems?

Reverse osmosis is a process by which water can be purified. This process, first used in the 1950s to provide drinking water for the U.S. Navy, removes solids from the water. Precautions must be ta... Read More »