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Activated Carbon

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Activated Carbon - AC
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    • Activated carbon (AC) is an effective adsorbent for organic molecules but not for small and polar compounds, such as metals and oxyanions. This study presents preliminary results of a series of commercially prepared specifically modified activated carbons, aiming at removal of oxyanions and heavy metals. Breaktrough experiments were performed for chromate, arsenate, perchlorate and nickel, with concentrations between 700-9000 ppb. Complete removal of pollutants is observed for hundreds to thousands of bed volumes depending on the pollutant concentration...

    Giora Rytwoet al. Functionalized activated carbons for the removal of inorganic pollutan...

    • Activated carbon is a porous material made by activation of carbon materials, such as coal, by steam or carbon dioxide gas to form numerous micropores on the surface which gives the material high adsorption characteristics and it is widely used as a purifier for water and air. In this research, to develop a new use for waste paper, activated carbon was prepared from waste newsprint paper and its adsorption characteristics were measured...

    Masahiro Shimadaet al. The Properties of Activated Carbon Made from Waste Newsprint Paper

    • Activated carbon is a non-graphite form of carbon which can be produced from any carbonaceous raw material such as coal, lignite, wood, peat, coconut shell, petroleum coke, bones and fruit nuts...

    N. C. Thompsonet al. The Influence of Precursor Materials on the Properties of Various Acti...

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