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Characteristics and functions of bamboo charcoal carbonized at different temperature: Effects of carbonizing temperature on reduction of residual chlorine, ammonia, and volatile organic compounds (VOC)  [2003]

Kawaguchi, E. (Kagoshima-ken. Forest Experiment Station, Kamou (Japan)); Kobayashi, R.;

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Abstract: Effects of carbonizing temperature on characteristics and functions of bamboo charcoal were investigated with bamboo charcoal carbonized at different temperature. Characteristics of bamboo charcoal, i.e., refining degree, specific surface area, and pH value, differed with the carbonizing temperature. The pH of bamboo charcoal changes from acid to alkaline with rising carbonizing temperature. The specific surface area was maximum by bamboo charcoal carbonized at 800 deg C. The capacity of ammonia reduction were maximum at the carbonizing temperature of 200 deg C. The best carbonizing temperature for reduce residual chlorine and VOC was 800 deg C.
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Bulletin of the Kagoshima Prefectural Forest Experiment Station (Japan)
ISSN : 0289-6885

Bibliographic information

Language:
Japanese
Type:
Summary
In AGRIS since:
2005
Issue:
8
Start Page:
12
End Page:
16
All titles:
"Characteristics and functions of bamboo charcoal carbonized at different temperature: Effects of carbonizing temperature on reduction of residual chlorine, ammonia, and volatile organic compounds (VOC)"@eng
Other:
"Summaries (En, Ja)"
"1 table; 6 fig.; 9 ref."
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Bibliographic information

Language:
Japanese
Type:
Summary
In AGRIS since:
2005
Issue:
8
Start Page:
12
End Page:
16
All titles:
"Characteristics and functions of bamboo charcoal carbonized at different temperature: Effects of carbonizing temperature on reduction of residual chlorine, ammonia, and volatile organic compounds (VOC)"@eng
Other:
"Summaries (En, Ja)"
"1 table; 6 fig.; 9 ref."