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The Antibacterial Activity of Activated Carbon, Silver

2017-7-18  The Antibacterial Activity of Activated Carbon, Silver, Silver Impregnated Activated Carbon and Silica Sand Nanoparticles against Pathogenic E. coli BL21 M.Karnib1, H.Holail1, Z.Olama1, A.Kabbani2 and M.Hines3 1Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Science, Beirut Arab University, Lebanon.

Preparation and antibacterial properties of an activated

Synthesis and activation of nanosized colloidal carbon spheres (CS) for adsorption of a quaternary phosphonium salt as a new antibacterial material is reported. CS (400–500 nm in diameter) were synthesized via simple hydrothermal treatment of glucose solution. The surface of nonporous CS after being activated by st

Antibacterial and Adsorption Characteristics of Activated

Activated carbon (AC) was functionalized with two types of quaternary ammonium groups to achieve antibacterial properties. The first route utilized covalently coupled 3-(trimethoxysilyl

Antibacterial Agents Adsorbed on Active Carbon: A New

2021-8-22  The commercialization of activated carbon with adsorbed antibacterial substances requires a pharmacological and clinical research application, but this work shows a new approach to a PAC-adsorbed antibacterial agent in terms of an enhanced pathogen grow reduction compared to the activity of pure antibacterial agents.

Development of an activated carbon-based

2020-6-1  Activated carbon (AC) was chosen in this study because it has uniform physico- and electro- chemical properties when compared to the other mentioned carbon materials. They have low toxicity, excellent absorption capacity due to large microporosity (pore dimension <2 nm), large surface area (1000 − 2500 m 2 /g) [ 26 ], high electron transfer

Antibacterial evaluation of activated carbon cloth with

Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus), Klebsiella pneumoniae (K. pneumoniae) and Streptococcus pneumoniae (S. pneumoniae) are among the pathogens detected during Hajj pilgrimage known to cause pneumonia. This study aims to evaluate the antibacterial activity of activated carbon cloth (ACC) with Ag+ impregnated with zinc oxide nanoparticles (ZnO NPs) against these

Development and evaluation of antimicrobial activated

2014-9-15  Activated carbon fiber (ACF) has been used widely for removing harmful gaseous pollutants such as volatile organic compounds (VOCs), because of its excellent adsorption properties and many surface micropores (Yoon et al., 2008, Zhang et al., 2010).

Development and evaluation of antimicrobial activated

Activated carbon fiber (ACF) filters have a wide range of applications, including air purification, dehumidification, and water purification, due to their large specific surface area, high adsorption capacity and rate, and specific surface reactivity. However, when airborne microorganisms such as

Antibacterial Properties of Carbon Fibers Containing Metal

2016-2-12  The present work compared the antibacterial properties of Bi- and Ag-containing activated carbon fibers (ACF). Metal-containing carbon materials were synthesized by sputtering, reductive absorption, and absorption followed by reduction of the metals to nano-

Antibacterial evaluation of activated carbon cloth with

Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus), Klebsiella pneumoniae (K. pneumoniae) and Streptococcus pneumoniae (S. pneumoniae) are among the pathogens detected during Hajj pilgrimage known to cause pneumonia. This study aims to evaluate the antibacterial activity of activated carbon cloth (ACC) with Ag+ impregnated with zinc oxide nanoparticles (ZnO NPs) against these

[Preparation and characterization of activated carbon

Activated carbon-silver composite (Ag/AC) for antibacterial performance by controlling silver release was prepared by silver acetate vacuum impregnation method. The antibacterial activity towards E. coil and resistance of water erosion was investigated through distilled water. Surface area and poros

PREPARATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF

Recently, the high adsorption properties of In this article, viscose fibers were used as the activated carbon fiber (ACF) make it a suitable precursors. Before carbonization the precursors

Synthesis and characterization of antibacterial magnetite

2019-5-1  Synthesis and characterization of antibacterial magnetite-activated carbon nanoparticles Roonak Golabiazar 1, Zagros A Omar,Rekar N Ahmad1, Shano A Hasan1 and S Mohammad Sajadi2,3 Abstract Magnetite iron oxide nanoparticles synthesized using the co-precipitation methods were further functionalized with activated carbon.

Carbon Dots as Potent Antimicrobial Agents

2020-1-1  Carbon dots (CDots) have emerged to represent a highly promising new platform for visible/natural light-activated microbicidal agents. In this article, the syntheses, structures, and properties of CDots are highlighted, representative studies on their activities against bacteria, fungi, and viruses reviewed, and the related mechanistic insights discussed.

Fabrication of Fiber Filters with Antibacterial Properties

2019-7-31  Antibacterial fiber filters containing activated carbon fibers were fabricated using nanoscale silver and tested for particle penetration, methanol adsorption and bacterial growth inhibition. The silver was introduced into the filter media either during the filter fabrication process as silver nanofiber content or after the filter fabrication

Activated carbon product list Our Products Kuraray

2020-12-31  Activated carbon impregnated with silver with antibacterial properties which is widely used in filters for water purification. Prevention of generation of general bacteria in a water purifiers Decay prevention in retained water and in cyclic water

Surface characteristics and antibacterial activity of a

2019-3-19  The antibacterial properties of top and bottom cross sections of the CM tube were tested by the diffusion method using an agar plate. Each cross section was placed on an agar plate seeded with E. coli. A clear zone on both plates confirmed the uniform antibacterial effect throughout the whole monolith. The antibacterial activity of the CM/Ag

Frontiers Antibacterial Properties and Cytotoxicity of

In this study we compare the leaching behavior and the antibacterial and cytotoxic properties of 100% slag or stone wool derived alkali activated materials. The antibacterial activity was measured as the inhibiting capacity against two Gram-negative bacterial strains, Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa and one Gram-positive bacterial strain: Enterococcus faecalis.

Physio-chemical characteristics, decoloring and

2019-7-9  Physical properties of activated carbon prepared from doum fruit indicate a pH of 7.8 and volatile matter of 24.3% while activated carbon prepare from corn maize has a pH of 7.6 and volatile matter of 23.0%. Corn maize activated carbon showed a better decoloring activity as it was able to remove 54 % of methylene blue color within 24 hours.

[Preparation and characterization of activated carbon

Activated carbon-silver composite (Ag/AC) for antibacterial performance by controlling silver release was prepared by silver acetate vacuum impregnation method. The antibacterial activity towards E. coil and resistance of water erosion was investigated through distilled water. Surface area and poros

Antibacterial evaluation of activated carbon cloth with

Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus), Klebsiella pneumoniae (K. pneumoniae) and Streptococcus pneumoniae (S. pneumoniae) are among the pathogens detected during Hajj pilgrimage known to cause pneumonia. This study aims to evaluate the antibacterial activity of activated carbon cloth (ACC) with Ag+ impregnated with zinc oxide nanoparticles (ZnO NPs) against these

Synthesis and characterization of antibacterial magnetite

2019-5-1  Synthesis and characterization of antibacterial magnetite-activated carbon nanoparticles Roonak Golabiazar 1, Zagros A Omar,Rekar N Ahmad1, Shano A Hasan1 and S Mohammad Sajadi2,3 Abstract Magnetite iron oxide nanoparticles synthesized using the co-precipitation methods were further functionalized with activated carbon.

Activated Carbon / Dibutyrylchitin (DBC) as Fibrous

activated carbon, especially fibrous ac-tivated carbon of high sorption capacity [1]. An agent facilitating wound healing mostly consists of a properly selected polymer that ensures a moist environ-ment, sometimes additionally enriched with active substances, e.g. noble metal particles showing antibacterial action.

Activated charcoal: 8 uses and what the science says

2021-9-30  Activated charcoal is a fine, odorless, black powder often used in emergency rooms to treat overdoses. Its toxin-absorbing properties have a wide range of medicinal and cosmetic uses, though none

Surface characteristics and antibacterial activity of a

2019-3-19  The antibacterial properties of top and bottom cross sections of the CM tube were tested by the diffusion method using an agar plate. Each cross section was placed on an agar plate seeded with E. coli. A clear zone on both plates confirmed the uniform antibacterial effect throughout the whole monolith. The antibacterial activity of the CM/Ag

Frontiers Antibacterial Properties and Cytotoxicity of

In this study we compare the leaching behavior and the antibacterial and cytotoxic properties of 100% slag or stone wool derived alkali activated materials. The antibacterial activity was measured as the inhibiting capacity against two Gram-negative bacterial strains, Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa and one Gram-positive bacterial strain: Enterococcus faecalis.

Synthesis and Antibacterial Activity of Antibiotic

Surface functionalization of nanomaterials is an area of current investigation that supports the development of new biomaterials for applications in biology and medicine. Herein we describe the synthesis, characterization, and antibacterial properties of the first examples of antibiotic-labeled graphitic carbon nanofibers (GCNFs) covalently functionalized with aminoglycoside and

Photocatalytic and Antibacterial Properties of a 3D Flower

Photocatalytic and Antibacterial Properties of a 3D Flower-Like TiO. 2. Nanostructure Photocatalyst. Yunping Zhang,1 Xi Liu,2 Mahani Yusoff,3 and Mohd Hasmizam Razali 4,5. 1Department of Central Sterile Supply, The Second Affiliated Hospital of Xi’an Jiaotong University, Xi’an 710004, China. 2Department of Nursing, The Third Affiliated