K2CO3 | definition of K2CO3 by Medical dictionary
Formula for potassium carbonate.
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After adding 5 mL of 50% K2CO3
solution to the outer chamber, the cover of the Conway unit was closed, and kept at 37[degrees]C for 120 min.
Preparation of High Surface Area Activated Carbons from Tobacco Stems with K2CO3
Activation Using Microwave Radiation.
With increased amount of K2CO3
added, the weight loss of cellulose in the lower temperature zone (200-315 [degrees]C) increased greatly and the activation energies of hemicellulose and cellulose pyrolysis decreased notably from 204 to 42 kJ/mol.