Activated Charcoal (Carbon)

Activated charcoal, or activated carbon, is a form of processed carbon with an extremely high surface area by volume. It is typically used in powdered form as a filtration agent due to its adsorbent properties. Activated carbon is used in air purification, decaffeination, gold purification, metal extraction, water purification, distilled alcoholic beverage purification, medicine, sewage treatment, air filters in gas masks and respirators, filters in compressed air, teeth whitening, and many other applications.

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Activated Charcoal
Common UsesFiltration or adsorption agent, Organic pesticide, Industrial gas storage media, Medical applications
Grades/VarietiesCoconut, Wood

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