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Hydropyrolysis: Implications for radiocarbon pretreatment and characterization of black carbon

Ascough, P.L.; Bird, Michael I.; Meredith, W.; Wood, Rachel; Snape, Colin E; Brock, Fiona; Higham, Thomas F. G.; Large, D J; Apperley, D.C.


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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Date published: 2010
Type: Journal article
Source: Radiocarbon
DOI: .1017/S0033822200046427


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