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Activated carbon: is it good or bad to use it?
Posted On 07/30/2020 05:11:01 by dingxinda9

Charcoal itself is the slow heating of high carbon materials (such as wood, coconut shells, and even sugar) to remove most of the carbon residue from the water. It is lightweight, highly portable and can burn for a long time at reliable temperatures. Because of these characteristics, people have been using charcoal as fuel for thousands of years. Charcoal records of cases of inhalation date back to 1800 when documents showed doctors used substances to treat food poisoning. You can buy activated carbon online, which is very convenient and fast. Or you can contact the granular activated carbon supplier.

 

 

When mixed with water, these things form a slurry that draws toxins to their surfaces, reducing the amount of them entering the body's system. Doctors can give activated carbon to people who are overdosed or otherwise poisoned. It can be passed down into the stomach through the mouth or nasal tube and absorb dangerous toxins in the sick individual, thus making serous fluid. The system works thanks to its pores, which are all the small holes you may have noticed in charcoal briquettes. Activated carbon is specially heated to make more of them, which means more materials come into contact with the outside world. This makes the surface area of these things incredible - more than 32000 square feet per gram of material.

 

The toxin is adsorbed on all surfaces of the pores and is excreted with charcoal. The principle of charcoal filters is basically the same: when water or air passes through the filters, toxic particles will stick to the pores of the charcoal. Activated carbon has these adsorption properties, so it can be used as a detoxification component. Activated carbon can be harmful if you take it with prescription drugs. Its adsorption properties can make the active ingredients of drugs more viscous, just like those who overdose illegal drugs. Charcoal based products, especially in the acne treatment market. In theory, since things will "stick" to activated carbon, the substance should be able to remove pores, otherwise it may clog the skin.

 

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