Activated Charcoal: Antidote, Remedy, and Health Aid
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Author: David Cooney PhD (Chemical Engineering, University Wyoming)
A concise technical review of a wide range of adsorption studies involving activated charcoal with respect to drugs, poisons, viruses, bacteria, bacterial toxins, fungal toxins, etc. Begins with a historical sketch of charcoal and its medicinal uses from 1500 B.C to the 20th century. 5¼in. x 8¼in. (80 pages)
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