charcoal test

charcoal test

[′chär‚kōl ‚test]
(chemical engineering)
A determination of the natural gasoline content of natural gas by adsorbing the gasoline on activated charcoal and then recovering it by distillation.
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Charcoal test kits ($10 to $25) give a screening measurement that will indicate if you have a problem, and whether additional measurements should be made.