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Synonyms for graphite

used as a lubricant and as a moderator in nuclear reactors

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The starting material used was graphitic [C.sub.3][N.sub.4] (g-[C.sub.3][N.sub.4]) prepared by a benzene-thermal reaction between [C.sub.3][N.sub.3]Cl3 and NaN[H.sub.2] at 220[degrees]C for 12 hours by following the method described in [9].
The graphite intercept included one small interval of graphitic gneiss.
The mechanism for the formation of graphitic carbon shell is reaction between active C atom and metal without chemical compounds of carbides [12].
Central Campoona has the same overall geology however the intense graphitic unit is narrower averaging 10m in true width.
The survey is expected to provide very high quality mapping of the highly conductive graphitic horizons and allow the accurate positioning of subsequent drilling.
The ability to model solidification in which the latent heat is released at different rates in different areas of solidification has improved the solidification analysis of many alloys, including graphitic cast irons (gray and ductile iron).
Drilling by the Company in February and in April 2012 (Figure 1) confirmed the presence of visible flake graphite within a discrete intense graphitic shear zone hosted in low grade graphitic proto-gneiss (high grade metamorphosed sediments).
Drilling by the Company in February and again in April 2012 confirmed the presence of visible flake graphite within a discrete intense graphitic shear zone hosted in low grade graphitic proto-gneiss (high grade metamorphosed sediments).
To quantify the 1967 standard, the ASTM committee used the work of Wyman and Moore in the paper, "Quantitative Metallographic Evaluation of Graphitic Microstructures."
Most holes intersected significant graphite which occurs either as an intense graphitic schist unit or as graphitic proto-gneiss.
This depth is very important because it is approximately where the graphitic phyllite horizon begins.
The result was successful, with the intersection of strong sandstone alteration and faulted graphitic gneiss associated with visible secondary uranium mineralization (0.1% U3O8 over 0.5m) intersected immediately beneath the sub-Athabasca unconformity.