The Adsorption Mechanism of Activated Carbon and Its Application - A Review

International Journal of Advanced Technology in Mechanical, Mechatronics and Material

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Title The Adsorption Mechanism of Activated Carbon and Its Application - A Review
 
Creator Muzarpar, Muhammad S.
Leman, A. M.
Maghpor, Norhafsam
Mat Hassan, Nik Normunirah
Misdana, Norasyikin
 
Subject activated carbon; carbonization; vander waals forces; face mask; water filtration; air filtration
 
Description Activated carbon (AC) was recognized by many researchers as useful substance in adsorption of impurities. Several processes involved in the production of AC which were carbonization, crushing, and activation process. Carbonization of carbon required high temperature up to 900oC. Then the carbon will be crush to a desired size for activation process. Activation of carbon can be either chemical activation, physical activation or combination of chemical and physical activation which called physiochemical activation. The mechanism adsorption of AC commonly due to its micropore present in the carbon or the weak vander waals forces which can attract the impurities. Activated carbon have multiple function in human daily life. This study will be discuss the function of AC in the production face mask, water filtration and air filtration.
 
Publisher Institute for Research on Innovation and Industrial System (IRIS)
 
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Date 2021-01-01
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://ijatec.com/index.php/ijatmmm/article/view/37
10.37869/ijatec.v1i3.37
 
Source International Journal of Advanced Technology in Mechanical, Mechatronics and Materials; Vol 1, No 3 (2020); 118-124
2720-9008
2720-8990
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://ijatec.com/index.php/ijatmmm/article/view/37/pdf
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 International Journal of Advanced Technology in Mechanical, Mechatronics and Materials
 

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