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The simple answer is through absorption. Activated carbon is not very picky about what it absorbs including many organics. It is a wonderful media for improving taste and odors of almost all kinds. Because of it's absorption characteristics it can also provide a prime habitat for microorganisms to grow. Nonpathogenic microorganisms can be a nuisance and actually create bad taste and odor. It is important, therefore, to change activated carbon filters on a regular basis, or backwash an activated carbon media bed accordingly.
40% -- it is directly proportional to the energy (in Kelvin)
Glacial Acetic Acid