Graphite;Black lead; CI 77265; Graphite, natural; Mineral carbon; Pigment black 10 Plumbago; Silver graphite; Stove black
Graphite is a The crystalline allotropic form of carbon; occurs naturally (esp. in Canada, Ceylon), or produced synthetically from petroleum coke by heating to 3000 C in an elec. resist. furnace Graphite uses and applications include: Reinforcing agent for plastics, carbon brushes, batteries, electrochemistry, pencils, hard metals, lubricants, catalysts, prepregging, filament winding; lubricant additive for greases, engine oils, paints, coatings, self-lubricating bearings; stove polish; refractory crucibles; boiler compds.; powder glazing; monochromator in x-ray diffraction analysis; fluorinated graphite polymers; moderator in nuclear reactors; cathodes in electrolytic cells; fibers; catalyst carrier; filler
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