animal charcoal

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animal charcoal

[′an·ə·məl ′chär‚kōl]
(chemistry)
Charcoal obtained by the destructive distillation of animal matter at high temperatures; used to adsorb organic coloring matter.
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However, the animal bone charcoal had very little microporosity and performed very poorly.
27 Bone Charcoal Excavation Artefact density (g) (% sediment unit (number/100g mass) sediment mass) J2/1 7.
Bone ash, steamed bone meal and bone charcoal can be seen as having no link to the disease, according to a team of technology experts within the ministry, ministry officials said.