Hydropyrolysis: Implications for radiocarbon pretreatment and characterization of black carbon
Charcoal is the result of natural and anthropogenic burning events, when biomass is exposed to elevated temperatures under conditions of restricted oxygen. This process produces a range of materials, collectively known as pyrogenic carbon, the most inert
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