activating agent

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(mineral extraction) a surface-active chemical used in flotation process to increase the attraction to a specific mineral

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S2 was converted to activated carbon using zinc chloride and sulphuric acid as activating agent. These chemicals are common activating agents in activated carbon manufacturing industries which influence pyrolytic decomposition and inhibit tar formation.
The ACs obtained were washed out with distilled water until neutral pH to remove the activating agent and unclog the pores formed.
From the table it can be concluded that the phosphoric acid is found to be the excellent chemical activating agent for enhancing the adsorption capacity.
A carbon activation (AC) using chemical activating agents is a new generation of adsorption fibre development.
It was speculated that due to using of Zn[Cl.sub.2] as an activating agent resulting in increased the surface area while in this study [H.sub.3]P[O.sub.4] was used.
Different chemical activating agents ([H.sub.3]P[O.sub.4], KOH, [H.sub.2]S[O.sub.4] etc.) might be used (Macia-Agullo el al., 2004).
That layer is then reacted with an activating agent such as hydrogen plasma that causes the metal within the complex to revert to its elemental form and bond to the surface.
Color is an activating agent that carries emotional weight.
Among them, type of activating agent and activating agent/sawdust ratio, activation temperature, and precarbonization have been studied.
A recent high-security seminar in Paris actually examined how explosives could be inserted surgically into the stomach and then be detonated by ingesting an activating agent.
The activation of the gels was carried out by placing the carbon aerogel in a tubular furnace under a flow of the activating agent. The temperature was risen from the room temperature to 1173 K in two hours and then it was held at 1173 K for a certain time as described in Table 3.
Waste date pits can be used to produce an effective activated carbon with phosphoric acid as the activating agent.
A paper on the discovery, nicknamed ISRAA (Immune System Release Activating Agent), is now being prepared for publication in a leading scientific journal.
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