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Colloidal microporous carbon (MC) spheres with an average size of 260 nm–1.5 μm were prepared by carbonization of “nonstick” poly(furfuryl alcohol) (PFA) spheres, which were synthesized by a two-step polymerization of furfuryl alcohol (FA) involving slow polymerization (1st step) and...
The paper investigates the ability of activated carbons developed from coconut shell to adsorb α-picoline, β-picoline, and γ-picolin from aqueous solution. The developed carbons are designated as SAC (activated carbon derived from coconut shells with out any treatment) and ATSAC (activated...
To modify particle shape of graphite materials, a rotational impact-blending machine was utilized and the effect of operational conditions was investigated in relation to the size and shape of particles. It was also examined on the specific surface area and the crystal structure of particle...
In this study a heat-treatment process using an activated carbon and coal-tar pitch was developed to prepare carbon molecular sieves (CMSs) for CH 4 /CO 2 separation. This process results in a partial blockage of the pores of the activated carbon precursor, so that a reduction in the pore size...
This paper deals with the study of the effect that the porosity and the surface chemistry of the activated carbons have on the adsorption of two VOC (benzene and toluene) at low concentration (200 ppmv). In this sense, activated carbons with very different porosities and contents in oxygen...
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