Pardis IAU Graduates Make Oil–Water Separator Device

Pardis IAU Graduates Make Oil–Water Separator Device شنبه 6 خرداد 1396 - 23:22

Pardis Islamic Azad University graduates have designed a device which separates oil from water.

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