activated carbon

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Synonyms for activated carbon

powdered or granular carbon used for purifying by adsorption

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The experiment was set in a completely randomized design, with a 2 x 4 factorial scheme (presence or absence of active charcoal x salt concentration), with 25 repetitions, represented by a test tube with one inoculated explant.
The classic therapeutic approach in phenobarbital intoxication includes urine alkalinization, active charcoal administered at repeated doses, and other supportive therapies (2).
It also receives a layer of active charcoal that is intended to remove various contaminants that can impact the health of drivers.
Thus the radon trapped in ionization chamber and the whole system must be empty which is done by using active charcoal. active charcoal can absorb the radon because of its chemical structure and make the system free from it.
In vitro growth and acclimatization of Cattleya loddigesii Lindley (Orchidaceae) with active charcoal in two light spectra.
Skin Diver Active Charcoal body wash PS15, body scrub PS19 and body soap PS13.
The eau good water bottle uses bin-chotan active charcoal as a filter; it can be used for up to six months and can be recycled.
This bagged upright features variable suction controls, a filter with active charcoal to help remove odors, an extra long 39 foot power cord, and a 7-year motor warranty.
The carbon black produced could be used for printer inks, pigment, fillers and active charcoal. The gas produced is estimated to be able to provide the energy for the entire process; this therefore really is "true recycling".
The carbon black could also be used for printer inks, pigment, fillers and active charcoal, she said.
The method will allow for massive amounts of water to be processed in a shorter time than through filtration with active charcoal, said the researchers at the National Institute for Materials Science in Tsukuba, north of Tokyo.
For active sampling, we used a tube containing 100-50 mg active charcoal (SKC 226-01; SKC, Eighty Four, PA, USA) as adsorbent.
In addition to activated charcoal made from Japanese bamboo, Origins Clear Improvement Active Charcoal Mask (P1,500/100 ml) harnesses the benefits of plant extracts like white China clay to absorb environmental toxins, lecithin to dissolve impurities, and yellow sweet clover, which acts as an astringent and decongests pores.