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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3-]--excluded the presence of ivory or bone charcoal obtained when heating materials composed by hydroxyapatite (Olivares et al.
Bone charcoal depth, for instance, ranges between 10 and 20 thousandths deep.
However, the animal bone charcoal had very little microporosity and performed very poorly.
Some Russian and Eastern European vodkas aren't suitable for veggies because bone charcoal may have been used in their production.
27 Bone Charcoal Excavation Artefact density (g) (% sediment unit (number/100g mass) sediment mass) J2/1 7.