bone char


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bone char

[′bōn ‚chär]
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The column consisted of a clear glass tube 0.9 cm ID and 30 cm long, with the bone char supported by glass beads.
Q is the operating flow rate (mL*[min..sup.-1]), [m.sub.s] is the mass of bone char (g).
Mckay, "Combined diffusion model for the sorption of cadmium, copper, and zinc ions onto bone char," Environmental Science & Technology, vol.
Shu, "Arsenic(V) removal from drinking water by bone char," Journal of Central South University (Science and Technology), vol.
Similar mechanism was observed for the sorption of arsenic on bone char [20].
Similar observation was seen in the case of As (V) adsorption on sawdust and bone char [20-21].
We spoke with two employees at C&H(R) Sugar in January 2013 who told us that most of their sugar not certified USDA Organic is processed through "natural charcoal" (i.e., cow bone char).
She explained that although most Domino(R) Sugar has been processed through cow bone char, it is possible to tell from the sugar bag label whether it came from one of two of Domino's nine North American plants in which processing does not involve cow bone char.
7) Your favorite dessert containing sugar whitened through a bone char filter, if bone char is not in the sugar.
WOULD PURCHASE YOUR FAVORITE DESSERT CONTAINING SUGAR, IF THE SOURCE OF THE SUGAR ISN'T SPECIFIED 47% Total 25% Vegans 37% All Vegetarians including vegans 40% Vegetarians not including vegans 40% All those that eat one or more vegetarian meals per week, not including vegetarians and vegans Some vegetarians or vegans won't eat products with white sugar because of concern of the sugar being processed through bone char. See VJ Issue Four 2007 http://www.vrg.org/journal/vj2007issue4/2007_issue4_sugar.php.
Florida Crystals owns American Sugar Refining (Domino Foods) as well as the C&H Sugar Company, both of which now call bone char "natural charcoal."
companies still use cow bone char as the preferred filter for cane sugar.