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Number: 502/422
Name: Catalyst, solid sorbent, or support therefor: product or process of making > Solid sorbent > Free carbon containing > Process utilizing solid or liquid source carbonizable material, or product thereof > Including diverting part of source to provide fuel for process
Description: Process in which the starting material is physically divided, one part being burned, thereby providing heat or treating agents used in converting the remainder of the material to the desired composition.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8691166 System and method for activating carbonaceous material Apr. 8, 2014
4253987 Homologation process for the production of ethanol from methanol Mar. 3, 1981
4242225 Method and apparatus for producing active coke Dec. 30, 1980
4122036 Method of pyrolyzing sewage sludge to produce activated carbon Oct. 24, 1978
4038154 Pile furnace Jul. 26, 1977
3950267 Process for producing activated carbon Apr. 13, 1976











 
 
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