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Tarik Chafik
CHAFIK Tarik: MATÉRIAUX CARBONÉS NANO POREUX PRÉPARÉS À PARTIR DE LA COQUE DU FRUIT DARGANE, NANOPOROUS CARBONATED MATERIALS PREPARED FROM THE SHELL OF THE ARGAN FRUIT. UNIVERSITÉ ABDELMALEK ESSAADI, CHAFIK Tarik, CHAFIK Tarik, April 19, 2012: WO/2012/050411

The invention relates to the valorisation of the shell of the argan fruit, by the transformation thereof into activated carbon. The invention also relates to the transformation method, more specifically, the optimisation of the operating conditions for obtaining activated carbon characterised by hav ...


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Christopher J C Edwards, David A Hitchen, Martin Sharples: Porous carbon structures and methods for their preparation. Internationale Octrooi Maatschappij Octropa, Cushman Darby & Cushman, October 4, 1988: US04775655 (79 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to the production of a novel, porous, carbon structure. A stabilised porous polymer comprising cavities joined by interconnecting pores is heated in an inert atmosphere to yield a stable, porous, carbon structure having the inherent structure of the original stabilised polymer ...


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Peter Ehlenz, Lutz Irgel: Method of producing a sorptive body, particularly for eliminating odors, air freshening, etc. and the resultant product. Collo, Pollock Vande sande & Priddy, May 14, 1985: US04517308 (77 worldwide citation)

The aim of the invention was to find a method of producing a sorptive body, to be used especially with objectives such as the elimination of odors and air freshening. In the invented process a granular or powdered solid component consisting of a sorptive material, e.g. active carbon, or a compound c ...


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Tuomo Suntola, Sven Lindfors, Markku Tammenmaa, Pekka Soininen, Vesa Lujala: Introducing liq. phase reactants into reaction chamber - by passing liq. into vaporiser contg. microporous packing then transporting vapour to reactor using carrier gas. Mikrokemia Oy, December 24, 1993: FR2692597-A1 (69 worldwide citation)

A predetermined flow of liq. is passed into a vaporiser contg. a microporous packing at constant temp. A carrier gas transports the vaporised liq. to a chemical, e.g. vapour deposition, reactor. The packing acts as a buffer store by adsorbing the liq. and, during continuous operation, the vaporiser ...


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Frederick S Baker: Production of highly microporous activated carbon products. Westvaco Corporation, Terry B McDaniel, Daniel B Reece IV, Richard L Schmalz, May 16, 1995: US05416056 (67 worldwide citation)

A two-stage process for chemical activation of lignocellulose-derived carbon is disclosed comprising a first activation stage of blending a lignocellulose material with phosphoric acid, carbonizing the blend at from about 300.degree. F. to about 1,100.degree. F. (about 150.degree.-590.degree. C.), a ...


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Yoshikatsu Okabayashi, Noboru Nakamura, Takeshi Matsumoto, Yoshimasa Osumi: Activated carbon formed body and method of producing the same. Kyoto Ceramic Kabushiki Kaisha, Spensley Horn Jubas & Lubitz, May 21, 1985: US04518704 (57 worldwide citation)

This disclosure relates to a formed body having activated carbon granules bondedly carried by an inorganic substance body consisting of a sintered body or fused body of inorganic substance powder. The formed body preferably is of a honeycombed structure. The formed body is not only high in strength, ...


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Arnold N Wennerberg: Metal-containing active carbon and method for making same. Standard Oil Company, James R Henes, William T McClain, William H Magidson, November 13, 1984: US04482641 (56 worldwide citation)

A high surface area, porous active carbon matrix containing a substantially uniform dispersion of a metal or metal-containing material and a method for making the same are disclosed.


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Ono Shigeki: Method for producing carbon. Res Inst Innovative Tech Earth, Shimadzu, September 29, 1999: EP0945402-A1 (52 worldwide citation)

The temperature of a catalyst (3) is heated to 535 DEG C with an electric furnace (7) for feeding hydrogen gas into a reaction tube (1) at a flow rate of 50 cc/min. for two hours and reducing the catalyst (3), and thereafter reaction gas containing hydrogen and carbon dioxide in a mixing ratio of 2: ...


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Mark M Benjamin, Robert P Bailey, Thomas E Bennett, Yu Jung Chang, Chi Wang Li, Marc A Edwards, Paul R Anderson: Granular media for removing contaminants from water and methods for making the same. University of Washington, Christensen O Connor Johnson & Kindness, November 29, 1994: US05369072 (51 worldwide citation)

Adsorbent media are prepared by contacting support material with iron containing solutions, followed by drying to coat the support material with iron. Support materials such as sand and olivine are described. The adsorbent material can be used to remove metal contaminants and natural organic matter ...