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Definition of the noun activated carbon
What does activated carbon mean as a name of something?
- powdered or granular carbon used for purifying by adsorption; given orally (as a slurry) it is an antidote for some kinds of poisons
- "Activated carbon" is a book by Harry Marsh.
- "Activated carbon" is a book by Albert Yehaskel.
- also known as "Activated carbon: manufacture and regeneration"
Activated carbon, also called activated charcoal, activated coal, or carbo activatus, is a form of carbon processed to have small, low-volume pores that increase the surface area available for adsorption or chemical reactions. Activated is sometimes substituted with active.
- also known as ถ่านปลุกฤทธิ์, Cărbune activ, Cărbune activat, Carbune activat, Carbune activ
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by Paul G Smith
activated carbon A type of carbon that has been derived from charcoal made from wood, peat, etc., by treatment of the charcoal with steam at 900 °C, or by with phosphoric acid at 600 °C, or in some other way, to increase its porosity and its ...
by Sunggyu Lee
Commercial sorbents that have been used in large-scale adsorptive separation and purification processes include activated carbon, zeolites, activated alumina, silica gel, and polymeric adsorbents. Although the worldwide sales of sorbent ...
by Michael Ash, Irene Ash
Activated carbon; for vapor phase applics. Type CAL, CPG, OL, SGL. [Calgon Carbon] Granular carbon; for fixed ...
by Alan E. Comyns
A process for extracting gold from cyanide leach liquors using activated carbon. Woodhouse, G., in Trace Metal Removal from Aqueous Solution, Thompson, R., Ed., Royal Society of Chemistry, London, 1986. Gupta, C.K. ...
by David Kut
activated carbon filter [Fig ...
by Arthur T. Hubbard
All other things being equal, however, the fundamental adsorption properties of activated carbon should depend less on whether it is PAC or GAC, and much more on the carbon substrate and type of activation used. Application to water ...
by Loran O'Bannon
Activated carbon in particle sizes predominately larger than 80 mesh.
or a commercially available activated carbon product such as DFLEX®. Activated carbon is a highly porous material usually ...
by Robert Alan Lewis
activated carbon (activated charcoal; active carbon), a highly adsorbent form of carbon produced by heating wood or other organic matter (e.g., coconut shells, bones) to a temperature of 800-900°C in the absence of air (and in ...
Encyclopaedia of Brewing (2013)
Activated carbon, also known as activated charcoal (or active carbon, charcoal) is used as a filtration medium, particularly as one of usually many steps used in the purification of water destined for use in brewing. In particular, treatment with ...
by Robert Alan Lewis
activated carbon (activated charcoal; active carbon) . a highly adsorbent form of carbon produced by heating wood, charcoal, or other organic matter (e.g., coconut shells, bones) to a temperature of 800- 900°C ...
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Laser Fume Extractor - Activated Carbon
The business end of the fume filtration - lots and lots of pelletized activated carbon!
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Activated carbon Meaning
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