activating agent

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Noun1.activating agent - (mineral extraction) a surface-active chemical used in flotation process to increase the attraction to a specific mineral
beneficiation, mineral dressing, mineral extraction, mineral processing, ore dressing, ore processing - crushing and separating ore into valuable substances or waste by any of a variety of techniques
activator - (biology) any agency bringing about activation; a molecule that increases the activity of an enzyme or a protein that increases the production of a gene product in DNA transcription
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Optimum condition for producing activated carbon (AC3) from Moringa oleifera seed pod was activated at 800degC using ZnCl2 as activating agent resulting BET surface area 853.
Preparation of waste tea activated carbon using potassium acetate as an activating agent for adsorption of Acid Blue 25 dye," Chem.
Adsorption is greatly influenced by the nature and the amount of the surface functional groups such as phenolic, carboxylate, lactones, quinines which are introduced by the activating agent during activation process [12].
Commonly, the activating agent such as zinc chloride, potassium hydroxide, or phosphoric acid is mixed with the source materials before carbonization in order to form the pores [8].
Contract awarded for Kim activating agent purchases
8,895,300); and Pancreatic endoderm cell cultures with an ERBB receptor tyrosine kinase activating agent (No.
For CAC, phosphoric acid was selected because it was an efficient activating agent for synthetic activated carbon with high surface area and pore structure (Attia et al.
That layer is then reacted with an activating agent such as hydrogen plasma that causes the metal within the complex to revert to its elemental form and bond to the surface.
Color is an activating agent that carries emotional weight.
Among them, type of activating agent and activating agent/sawdust ratio, activation temperature, and precarbonization have been studied.
A recent high-security seminar in Paris actually examined how explosives could be inserted surgically into the stomach and then be detonated by ingesting an activating agent.

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