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Activated carbon is a form of charcoal that has been treated with oxygen to open up millions of tiny pores between its carbon atoms. It is an excellent source of water filtration, and is made from carbon-rich source materials such as wood, bamboo, nutshells, peach pits and coconut husks. The material is charred at high temperatures to produce a highly porous substance that attracts and holds organic chemicals inside it. It can be used to remove volatile organic compounds (VOCs) such as benzene and chlorine, as well as odors and colors, from water.Read More
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Activated carbon is a material that is riddled with tiny pores that increase its surface area, making more of it available for chemical reactions. It is used for water filtration, gas purification, sewage treatment and metal extraction. More precisely, it removes color and impurities from liquids and gases, and separates and extracts chemical compounds. Activated carbon is most commonly found in aquarium filters, respirators and gas masks, and is used to treat poison following oral ingestion.
Activated carbon is a form of carbon that is riddled with tiny pores that increase its surface area, making more of it available for chemical reactions. This porous, highly adsorptive material is used to remove color or impurities from liquids and gases, in the separation and extraction of chemical compounds, and in the recovery of solvents. In other terms, activated carbon is used in water filtration, gas purification, sewage treatment and metal extraction. It is most commonly found in the filters of aquariums, respirators and gas masks, and is used to treat poison following oral ingestion.