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Old 08-11-2003, 03:57 AM
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[Only registered users see links. ] (Aaron Hicks) wrote:

Throw in the 80-90 cal/gram to bring it up to the boiling point.


By your standards, large-scale industrial stills are probably >100%
efficient. They could use a heat exchanger to recapture the heat from the
vapor being condensed. And using electricity (a low entropy form of
energy) to boil water on large scale is a mockery of the laws of
thermodynamics. Using a direct fossil fuel would probably be 3 times
cheaper, or so.

Xho

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