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Activated Charcoal Treatment Experiment (ACT)


To absorb organic materials such as phenolic or chloro or bromohydrocarbons.
Deals with sporadic discharges of mineral oils.


Activated charcoal
2 beakers
Food colouring


Fill water into both beaker and label with beaker A and B.
Put a few drops of food colouring into both beaker.
Add about 2 spoon of activated charcoal into beaker A and stir until mixed.
Cover the beaker and let them about a day.

2 jar contains water and red colouring
After few hours

After a few days

 Usage of Activated Charcoal

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Activated Charcoal Treatment Experiment (ACT)


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