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activated carbon

activated carbon

activated carbon

granular activated carbon treatment

granular activated carbon treatment

granular activated carbon treatment

Activated carbon fiber composites for ammonia, methane and hydrogen adsorption

Effects of carbon dioxide narcosis on ovary activation and gene expression in worker honeybees, Apis mellifera

Breakthrough Curves for Toluene Adsorption on Different Types of Activated Carbon Fibers: Application in Respiratory Protection

Continuous inhalation of carbon monoxide attenuates hypoxic pulmonary hypertension development presumably through activation of BKCa channels

Solid-Phase Extraction of Sulfur Mustard Metabolites Using an Activated Carbon Fiber Sorbent

Activated carbon decreases invasive plant growth by mediating plant–microbe interactions

Photothermal Desorption of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes and Coconut Shell-Activated Carbons Using a Continuous Light Source for Application in Air Sampling

Ligand Activation of Peroxisome Proliferator–Activated Receptor β/δ (PPARβ/δ) Attenuates Carbon Tetrachloride Hepatotoxicity by Downregulating Proinflammatory Gene Expression

Number and Anatomical Extent of Lymph Node Metastases in Gastric Cancer: Analysis Using Intra-lymph Node Injection of Activated Carbon Particles (CH40)

Dual Influence of the Yeast Catlp (Snflp) Protein Kinase on Carbon Source-Dependent Transcriptional Activation of Gluconeogenic Genes by the Regulatory Gene CAT8

Carbon monoxide augments electrical signaling in cultured neural networks of hippocampal neurons partly through activation of BKCa channels

Performances and microbial features of a granular activated carbon packed-bed biofilm reactor capable of an efficient anaerobic digestion of olive mill wastewaters

Requirement of a carbon spacer in benzyl isothiocyanate-mediated cytotoxicity and MAPK activation in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma

 

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A highly absorbent carbon‐rich material, made from burnt wood, that is used to remove odours and toxic substances from liquid or gas emissions by absorbing the solutes onto the activated carbon. It is used, for example, to remove dissolved organic matter (including pesticides) and some inorganic solutes (including chlorine) from waste water. Also known as activated charcoal. See also granular activated carbon treatment.

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