Answer to Question #28565 in Organic Chemistry for mobolaji
What is the procedure of using animal blood to make activated charcoal using potassium carbonate?
Activated charcoal adsorbs many poisonous chemicals, drugs, and toxins, such as opium, cocaine, morphine, nicotine, salicylates, strychnine, kerosene, barbiturates, and antidepressant pills, to name but a few. It helps to purify the blood. Strong alkaline and acid poisons need to be treated with solutions with the opposite pH. In our task it is K2CO3 as an activating agent. It is of little or no value in lye and caustic alkalis, alcohol, mineral acids, iron, and cyanides; in fact, cyanide actually interferes with the normal adsorptive properties of charcoal.
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