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Presented research on the development of a method for producing activated carbon (sorbent) from grape seed meal. Meal is a product of the third stage of complex processing of grape seeds. The sorbent is obtained by activation at different temperatures. Activating the meal at a temperature of 573K to 673 K allows to obtain sorbent with a large volume of micropores and moderately advanced transition porosity provides intensive diffusion of the adsorbate into the grain of the adsorbent. This method makes it possible to obtain high quality sorbent capable of isolation from an organism various toxic substances.
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Author(s): Bayan Sagyndykova Rabiga Anarbayeva Asylova Nesipkul Seitova Zhanerke Abdulla Issakov Ashirov Murat and Rakhymbaev Nurgali
activated carbon, sorbent, grape seeds, meal, activation.