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Bamboo Charcoal – Review

Sreeremya Sasi

Abstract


Bamboo charcoal also termed as “Black Diamond”. This black diamond is made when plants, five years or older, are burned inside an oven at temperatures over 800 degrees centigrade. Bamboo activated carbon is synthesized from bamboo charcoal. Bamboo charcoal has various applications it has vast application in the field of medicines, in purification, etc. This review paper gives an insight about the process of making bamboo charcoal and its applications.

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