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EN_WIKIPEDIA - Charbon actif. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.

EN_WIKIPEDIA - Charbon actif.

Le charbon actif ou charbon activé est un matériau constitué essentiellement de matière carbonée à structure poreuse. On appelle charbon actif tout charbon ayant subi une préparation particulière et qui, de ce fait, possède à un haut degré la propriété de fixer et de retenir les fluides amenés à son contact. Il s'agit d'une structure amorphe composée principalement d'atomes de carbone, généralement obtenue après une étape de carbonisation à haute température, présentant une très grande surface spécifique qui lui confère un fort pouvoir adsorbant. EN_WIKIPEDIA - Activated charcoal (medication). Active charcoal binds the poison and prevents its absorption by the gastrointestinal tract.

EN_WIKIPEDIA - Activated charcoal (medication).

In cases of suspected poisoning, medical personnel administer activated carbon on the scene or at a hospital's emergency department. In rare situations, it may also be used in a hemoperfusion system to remove toxins from the blood stream of poisoned patients. Activated carbon has become the treatment of choice for many poisonings, and other decontamination methods such as ipecac-induced emesis or stomach pumping are now used rarely. Mechanisms of action: Binding of the poison to prevent stomach and intestinal absorption.

EN_WIKIPEDIA - Charcoal biscuit. A charcoal biscuit is a biscuit based on a powdered willow charcoal or activated carbon[1] mixed with ordinary flour, and made into dough with butter, sugar and eggs.[2] History[edit] Contemporary forms[edit] In modern times charcoal biscuits are made in the form of crackers to accompany cheeses.

EN_WIKIPEDIA - Charcoal biscuit.

The biscuits have a slight hint of charcoal taste that is described by some as pleasing.[6][7] The biscuits have also been marketed as a pet care product to control flatulence in pets, and as aids to digestion or stomach problems in humans.[1] Cultural references[edit] EN_WIKIPEDIA – Charcoal. Mangrove charcoal burning video Wood pile before covering it with turf or soil, and firing it (around 1890) Charcoal is a lightweight, black residue, consisting of carbon and any remaining ash, obtained by removing water and other volatile constituents from animal and vegetation substances.

EN_WIKIPEDIA – Charcoal.

J. Vet. Med. Sci. 63(3): 281ñ285, 2001 Adsorption Effect of Activated Charcoal on Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli. J. Anim. Sci. 2002. 80:2099–2109 Influence of macronutrients and activated charcoal on intake of sagebrush by sheep and goat. Small Ruminant Research 65(1-2) · September 2006 Effects of activated charcoal on binding E-coli O157 : H7 and Salmonella typhimurium in sheep. CROP PROTECTION - 1994 - Use of activated charcoal and other particulate substances as feed additives to suppress bird feeding. AMS_USDA_GOV 14/08/2002 Activated Carbon.

SOCIAL-SANTE_GOUV_FR - Circulaire DG 5/VS 4 n° 2000-166 du 28 mars 2000 relative aux produits de procédés de traitement des eaux destinées à la consommation humaine. Direction générale de la santéSous-direction de la veille sanitaireBureau de l'eauDGS/VS 4 Circulaire DG 5/VS 4 n° 2000-166 du 28 mars 2000 relative aux produits de procédés de traitement des eaux destinées à la consommation humaine (Texte non paru au Journal officiel)

SOCIAL-SANTE_GOUV_FR - Circulaire DG 5/VS 4 n° 2000-166 du 28 mars 2000 relative aux produits de procédés de traitement des eaux destinées à la consommation humaine