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Title: Comparison of Activated Carbon Properties from used Wooden Chopsticks by Physical Stimulation
Authors: Pumnoi, Patsuwit
Mahakal, Worawut
Siengsanoh, Kittipong
Siengsanoh, Mattanee
Keywords: Activated carbon
physical stimulation
X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometry
Issue Date: 10-Jul-2020
Abstract: In the present, the activated carbon is used to production of various tools and appliances including industry, agriculture, medical, etc. In which the international market is highly demanded, and is an increase in the value of raw materials, namely activated carbon from bamboo (chopsticks) reused to have an increase in value. To studied the optimum conditions for the production of activated carbon from used chopsticks. Physical stimulation at heat at 800 degrees Celsius in 3 hours of stimulation, and studied element sample analysis of X-ray fluorescence techniques (X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometry model Cary Eclipse ; XRF). Compared with activated carbon for the laboratory from chemical companies, summary of activated carbon from used bamboo (chopsticks). Qualified that can be further developed into activated carbon equivalent to activated carbon for the laboratory from chemical companies or activated carbon for used in various industries.
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