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The efficiency of synthetic activated carbons over their natural counterparts in adsorbing amines
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This study shows that synthetic activated carbon with a customizable acidic dispersion pH adsorbs amines more effectively than natural activated charcoals. The superior surface chemistry of the synthetic carbon influences its capability of adsorbing amines and hence makes it the right choice for purification of your samples from amine impurities.

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Key Objectives:
  • Synthetic activated carbons adsorb amines more effectively than natural activated charcoal.
  • Acidic pH influences the surface chemistry of synthetic activated carbons to adsorb amines better.
  • The dispersion pH of the synthetic activated carbon is highly customizable – varying from 2.5 to 11.

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