Particle Size and Shape Analysis of Activated Carbon

Particle Characterization

Activated carbon is a type of carbonaceous material that is made extremely porous through processing. The very large surface area of activated carbon makes the material useful for chemical adsorption or reaction. Particle characterization of activated carbon often includes size, shape, and surface area measurements. Dynamic image analysis has proven useful for the size and shape analysis of many forms and grades of activated carbon and has successfully replaced older techniques such as sieving at factory plants around the world.

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Particle Size and Shape Analysis of Activated Carbon
DescriptionParticle characterization of activated carbon often includes size, shape, and surface area measurements. Dynamic image analysis has proven useful for the size and shape analysis of many forms and grades of activated carbon and has successfully replaced older techniques such as sieving at factory plants around the world.
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