Substitutes for Carbon Tetrachloride in the Standard ASTM Test Method for Activity of Activated Carbon

@article{Sosa1984SubstitutesFC,
  title={Substitutes for Carbon Tetrachloride in the Standard ASTM Test Method for Activity of Activated Carbon},
  author={A. Sosa and Dwight Underbill},
  journal={Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association},
  year={1984},
  volume={34},
  pages={1215-1217}
}
Etude des proprietes de l'adsorbant. On propose de remplacer CCl 4 par des composes tels que le trichloro-1,1,2 trifluoro-1,2,2-ethane, le dichloro-1,2 tetrafluoromethane, le chlorodifluoromethane et le trichlorofluoromethane 
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