activated carbon

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Synonyms for activated carbon

powdered or granular carbon used for purifying by adsorption

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The specimens were filled with 10ml of the corrosive medium: acetate buffer solution with sodium chloride and active carbon. They were placed in a climate chamber for 12 hours at 85[degrees]C and 50% relative humidity, and then for another 12 hours at 23[degrees]C and 50% relative humidity.
Interesting results were obtained when the initial "sortovka" was cleaned with different adsorbents, namely by palygorskite, hydromica and active carbon BFC (birch fissile coal) and CFC (core fissile coal).
Huang, 'A Simple Method for Steviosides Purification With Active Carbon', Recent Advances in Food Science and Technology, pp.
(Natural Moisturizing Factor) Aquaring Ampoule mask found in the Hydrating set; the W.H.P White Hydrating Black mask, which contains active carbon from black charcoal, in the Brightening set; and the P.D.F A.C Dressing Ampoule mask inside the Soothing set.
The relaxation results in that study indicated that in the process of curing natural rubber, active carbon black resulted in a higher reduction of crosslink densities than inactive carbon black (ref.
Innova's speech will examine the current adoption of multiple air purification technologies in air purifiers targeting the Chinese market, including HEPA, electrostatic adsorption, plasma, negative-ion, photo-catalysis, and active carbon filtration.
The synthesized catalyst (active carbon powder/magnetite (PAC/Fe3O4 MNPs)) enjoys highly good capabilities to remove tetracycline.
Weil RR, Kandikar RI, Islam R, Stine MA, Gruver JB, Sampson-Liebig SE (2003) Estimating active carbon for soil quality assessment: A simplified method for laboratory and field use.
As adsorbents we used charcoal obtained at the general chemistry subdepartment of NRU "BelSU" from birch wood scrap and pharmaceutical active carbon (Tabulettae Carbonis activati).
Most studies found that N-deposition could stimulate the release of soil active carbon fractions and then increase the storage of carbon [6,7].
Salinas-Martinez de Lecea et al., "[Pd[Cl.sub.2][(N[H.sub.2][(C[H.sub.2]).sub.12]C[H.sub.3]).sub.2]] supported on an active carbon: effect of the carbon properties on the catalytic activity of cyclohexene hydrogenation," Journal of Molecular Catalysis A, vol.
Akhtar, S., Qudeer, R., Active carbon as an adsorbent for lead ions.Adsorption Science and Technology, 15(10), 815-824, 1997.
Its toxicity sensor prevents polluted air entering the passenger compartment, while it's combined pollen and active carbon filter removes these particles from the air.