activated carbon

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aktif karbon
etkin kömür
aktif kömür
aktive edilmiş karbon
emici kömür
(Askeri) AKTİF KARBON: Eriyiklerde renk ve koku yapan bileşikleri tutması ve yakalaması için, ısı ve rutubet etkisine maruz bırakılan, çok ince toz halinde, siyah renkli organik bir madde
etkin karbon
activated carbon filter
(Mühendislik) aktif karbon filtresi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A very absorbent form of finely powdered carbon; used in purifying gases, and as an antidote for many poisons
A form of carbon specially formulated for filtration Carbon is good for removing a large number of toxins and other unwanted substances from aquarium water it is especially useful for clearing or "polishing" cloudy water One problem with carbon is that is can release phosphate into the water, which stimulated algae growth
Granulated active carbon used to remove tastes, odor, chlorine, chloramines and some organics from water Carbon is the preferred treatment for a large percentage of water contaminants
A highly adsorbent form of carbon used to remove odors and toxic substances from liquid or gaseous emissions In waste treatment, it is used to remove dissolved organic matter from waste drinking water It is also used in motor vehicle evaporative control systems
Pure carbon heated to promote active sites which can adsorb pollutants, used in some water treatment systems to remove certain organic chemicals and radon gas
Available in granules (GAC) or powder Granules are usually more practical for commercial use Removes negative ions from the water (such as ozone, chlorine, fluorides etc ) Once used it can be recharged by heating to 900oC Not generally financially viable for commercial systems Sometimes used in small hatcheries, especially where mains water is being used and chlorine and other chemicals added to the water must be removed
Carbon that has a highly porous structure to provide filtration of odors and extremely fine particulates
A highly absorbent powdered or granular carbon used for purification by adsorption
Adsorptive particles or granules of carbon usually obtained by heating carbon (such as wood) These particles or granules have a high capacity to selectively remove certain trace and soluble materials from water
A highly adsorbent form of carbon used to remove odors and toxic substances from liquid or gaseous emissions In waste treatment it is used to remove dissolved organic matter from waste water It is also used in motor vehicle evaporative control systems
a powdered or granular carbon that is highly absorbent, which may be used to remove organic vapors and odors
chemically treated and heated carbon which has the ability to absorb gold
powdered or granular carbon used for purifying by adsorption; given orally (as a slurry) it is an antidote for some kinds of poisons
A granular material usually produced by the roasting of cellulose base substances, such as wood or coconut shells, in the absence of air It has a very porous structure and is used in water conditioning as an adsorbent for organic matter and certain dissolved gases Sometimes called "activated charcoal "
A material made from burnt wood that is used to remove organic solutes, such as pesticides, and some inorganic solutes, such as chlorine, from water Dissolved organic solutes are removed from the water by absorption onto the activated carbon The activated carbon must be periodically replaced when it becomes saturated and unable to absorb any more solutes Activated carbon is not effective in removing heavy metals, such as lead and salts, which make water hard
A material produced by heating coal or wood in such a manner as to yield a porous structure, creating a very large internal surface area Activated carbon is available in both powdered and granular forms, and is widely used to adsorb organic compounds from water and wastewater It provides a means of removing tastes and odors from drinking water Also see Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) Also referred to as Activated Charcoal
Specially processed carbon used as a filter-drier; commonly used to clean air
Very porous carbon from wood, coal, or lignite heated to very high temperatures to promote active sites where contaminants can be adsorbed from water
This is carbon, looking like crumbled charcoal It can absorb many compounds out of the water, and is especially good at removing yellowing compounds to keep the water clear Carbon must be changed regularly, as after it has been used for a while, it may leach impurities back into the water
Specially processed carbon used as a filter drier; commonly used to clean air
carbon, used in filtration, that has been treated to increase the amount of surface area to which contaminants may adhere
A mostly pure carbon product that has been treated in a kiln to remove Impurities and maximize its adsorption capacity
A highly absorbent form of carbon, used to remove odors and toxic substances from gaseous emissions In advanced waste treatment, activated carbon is used to remove dissolved organic matter from waste water
A hybrid mixture of a wide variety of graphite platelets interconnected with normal organic carbon bonding, organized in a random or amorphous fashion, exhibiting only a slight localized order on a molecular scale
Specially treated carbon that can be used to absorb chlorine, organic compounds, and odors
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