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901924 Sigma-Aldrich

NORIT® C EXTRA USP

meets analytical specifications of USP

Synonym: Activated carbon, Activated charcoal

  • CAS Number 7440-44-0

  • Linear Formula C

  •  NACRES NA.23

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Properties

Related Categories 06: C, Graphite and Carbon-Based Materials, Materials Science, Mesoporous Materials, Metal and Ceramic Science,
description   Apparent Density, tamped: 320 kg/m3
  Ash content: 4 mass%
  Filtration time: 17 min
  Iodine number: 1100
  Molasses number:200 (EUR)
quality   meets analytical specifications of USP
particle size   100 μm (D90)
  23 μm (D50)
  4 μm (D10)
surface area   BET surf. area 1200 m2/g
pH   neutral
bulk density   250‑350 kg/m3
anion traces   chloride (Cl-): 0.1 mass% (acid extr.)

Description

Application

Activated carbons are internally porous microcrystalline, non-graphitic forms of carbon. The activated carbons possess large surface area (~1000 m2/g) and pore volumes which make them useful for applications in energy storage devices, catalysis, and for removal of impurities from gases and liquids.

NORIT® C EXTRA USP exhibits high adsorption capacity and filtration characteristics and is well suited for use as an adsorbent for purification of pharmaceutical products. It also finds application as antidote in case of poisoning. NORIT® C EXTRA USP is a steam activated carbon of 100% natural origin.

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