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Carbon Tetrachloride Activity (CTC) of activated carbon

Carbon Tetrachloride Activity of activated carbon

Carbon Tetrachloride

The Carbon Tetrachloride Activity (ASTM D3467) measures the loading of carbon tetrachloride, weight percent on carbon, at concentrations close to saturation in the air. The method is basically a measure of the pore volume of the activated carbon and is primarily used as a quality assurance test for the production of activated carbon.

The Carbon Tetrachloride Activity has been replaced by the Butane Activity (ASTM D5742) test due to the ban on carbon tetrachloride.  CCl4 activity = 2.55 x the Butane Activity.