animal charcoal

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an·i·mal char·coal

charcoal produced by incomplete combustion of animal tissues, especially bone.
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SEM-EDS study may reveal the nature of the bone black pigment both considering the elemental composition, namely, the combined detection of Ca and P, and the different morphologies that diverse sources and origin of carbon-based material show [1, 2].
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