activated carbon

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Synonyms for activated carbon

powdered or granular carbon used for purifying by adsorption

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Al2O3, SiO2, CuCl, paraffin liquid and active carbon (denoted as AC) were all purchased from Tianjin Hengxing Chemical Reagent Co.
Thus, active carbon produced from PNS can be used to adsorb PNP.
The SHARP FP-F40E-W uses high density Plasmacluster Ion Generator with True HEPA & Active Carbon Filter along with a padded Pre Filter that not only KILL Airborne & Surface adhering Molds, Fungi Viruses and clinging odours but also creates a neutral and fresh environment to breathe easy and safe air.
They discuss the influence of a strong electric field on the electrical, transport, and diffusion properties of carbon nanostructures with point defects structure; carbon-polymer nanocomposites with polyethylene as a binder; the application of polymers containing silicon nanoparticles as effective UV protectors; dynamically vulcanized thermoelastoplastics based on butadiene-acrylonitrile rubber and polypropylene modified nanofiller; sorption active carbon polymer nanocomposites; the modification of the physical and mechanical properties of fiber reinforced concrete using nanoparticles; UV-protective nanocomposites films based on polyethylene; and nanocomposite foils based on silicate precursor with surface active compounds.
5 fabric also uses Active Carbon Technology[TM], which moves your sweat to the outside of the bibs where it is effectively neutralized.
Special processes have been developed to remove these substances, such as adsorption with active carbon or decomposition using the O3/UV advanced oxidation process, but they are costly.
Water coming out of the tub will pass through an active carbon filter designed to hold pollutants.
Samples collected were analyzed for soil health indicators including soil bulk density, available water capacity (AWC), aggregate stability (WSA), macro porosity, organic matter (OM), soil active carbon (ActC), potentially mineralizable nitrogen (PMN), P, K, Zn, Ca, S, CEC and pH.
The last third of the book discusses adsorption by particular materials and systems, including active carbon, metal oxides, clays, ordered mesoporous materials, and metal-organic frameworks.
Active carbon is one of the most commonly used methods to eliminate particles and toxins from water.
This includes a potentially $15 million dollar active carbon industry.
Where Cf represents an active carbon site and C(O) a carbon-oxygen complex.
An active carbon filter is needed to remove any odors or oil vapors, and this is critical in the food industry to prevent contamination and achieve quality taste.
Developed to improve air quality, Nippon Paint OdourlessAirCare uses Active Carbon Technology which absorbs free "formaldehyde" from the air and convert it to water vapor while strengthening the paint film.