impregnated carbon


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impregnated carbon

An electrode having a carbon shell with a core of various metals or salts of metals for use in a carbon arc lamp.
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The results (Table 5) show that there was not a major decrease in S[O.sub.2] production for the 10 wt% KI impregnated carbon however there was a slight decrease in sulphur production.
They use advanced HEPA particulate media and activated impregnated carbon filters to remove 99.97% of microbiological particulates and 99.999% of chemical gases and vapors from the air stream.