Charcoal: Chemical Properties, Production Methods and Applications

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Eric N. Tyrone (Editor)

Series: Materials Science and Technologies
BISAC: SCI000000

Charcoal is a light black residue consisting of carbon, and any remaining ash, obtained by removing water and other volatile constituents from animal and vegetation substances. In this book, the authors discuss the chemical properties, production methods and applications of charcoal. Topics include the obtention of charcoal from eucalyptus wood in a steel pilot scale kiln; application of carbon-supported metal catalysts in the field of hydrodechlorination; emission reduction theory and results in the development of a suitable small-scale, portable, continuous rice husk carboniser for rural regions in transitional economies; the significance of functionalization of carbon based adsorbents for water cleaning technologies; and charcoal meal as an old but valid test to measure intestinal transit in vivo. (Imprint: Novinka )

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Preface

Carbon in Organic Processes: Support or Catalyst?
(Yoshiharu Mitoma, Cristian Simion, Department of Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences, Prefectural University of Hiroshima, Nanatsuka-Cho, Shobara City, Hiroshima, Japan, and others)

Emission Reduction Theory and Results in the Development of a Suitable Small-Scale, Portable, Continuous Rice Husk Carboniser for Rural Regions in Transitional Economies
(Ricardo F. Orge, Mark P. McHenry, Philippine Rice Research Institute (PhilRice), Maligaya, Muňoz Science City, Nueva Ecija, Philippines, and others)

Obtention of Charcoal from Eucalyptus Wood in a Steel Pilot Scale Kiln
(N. Tancredi, A.Cuña, J.P. Luizzi, M. Corengia, A. Sarachik, A. Amaya, Laboratorio de Fisicoquímica de Superficies, Cátedra de Fisicoquímica, DETEMA, Facultad de Química, Universidad de la República, Montevideo, Uruguay, and others)

Commentary:
Significance of Functionalization of Carbon Based Adsorbents for Water Cleaning Technologies
(Margit Varga, Department of Analytical Chemistry, Institute of Chemistry, L. Eötvös University, P.O. Budapest, Hungary)

Charcoal Meal, an Old Test but Still Valid to Measure Intestinal Transit in vivo: Effect of Activation of Tachykinin NK-2 Receptors
(Stefano Evangelista, Menarini Ricerche SpA, Department of Preclinical Development, Firenze, Italy)

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