Activated Carbon: Synthesis, Properties and Uses

Mason Hsu and Erich Davies (Editors)

Series: Chemistry Research and Applications
BISAC: SCI013050

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Activated carbons have been found a large variety of applications in several fields, such as chromatography, medicine, gas storage and environmental protection, among others. Most of these applications requires tailored physical-chemistry properties, regarding purity, particles shape, mechanical resistance, homogeneity, surface composition, specific surface area and porosity. Because of their especial properties, activated carbons have attracted increasing attention for several years. As supports and catalysts, they have been used in several reactions both in gas and liquid phases, such as hydrogenation/dehydrogenation, oxidation/reduction, decomposition of hydrocarbons, halogenation and methanation, among others. This book reviews the applications, preparation, properties synthesis, and uses of activated carbon.

Preface

Chapter 1. A Comparison among Activated Carbons Prepared from Different Precursors
Maria do Carmo Rangel, Sirlene Barbosa Lima, Alvaro Marcelo Porcel Padilla, Márcia Souza Ramos, Sarah Maria Santana Borges and Carlos Augusto Pires

Chapter 2. Environmental Applications of Activated Carbons: Synthesis and Applications in Adsorption of Organic Contaminants
G. Ovejero, M.A. Uguina, A. Rodriguez, J.A. Delgado, J.M. Gómez, V.I. Agueda, E. Diez, S Alvarez, J. Garcia

Chapter 3. Mercury Adsorption from Aqueous Solution Using Activated Carbons
Ninfa Marisol Zúñiga-Muro, Adrián Bonilla-Petriciolet, Didilia Ileana Mendoza-Castillo, Hilda Elizabeth Reynel-Ávila, Radamés Trejo-Valencia

Chapter 4. Surface Properties and Preparation Condition Optimization of Amination Bamboo/Lignite AC
Guojie Zhang, Yongfa Zhang, Fuai Tian, Guoqiang Li, and Ying Xu

Chapter 5. Polymer-Waste-Derived Nanoporous Carbon for Removal of Methyl Orange and Bromophenol Blue from Aqueous Solutions
B. Tsyntsarski, I. Stoycheva, B. Petrova, T. Budinova, N. Petrov, A. Sarbu, A. Radu

Chapter 6. The Preparation and Application of Activated Carbon for Gas Adsorption
A.R. Hidayu

Chapter 7. Dielectric Properties of Zinc Chloride-Castor Residue Mixtures at Microwave Frequencies
Muhammad Abbas Ahmad Zaini, Siti Hajar Sulaiman, You Kok Yeow and Mohd Johari Kamaruddin

Chapter 8. Adsorbents from the Residue of Waste Tyre Pyrolysis via Metal Hydroxide Activation
Constance Joe Ondi, Muhammad Abbas Ahmad Zaini

Chapter 9. Activated Carbon: A Potential Applicant for Solid-State Hydrogen Storage
Amandeep S. Oberoi, Baljit Singh, Muhammad Fairuz Remeli, Navdeep Singh

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