Recent Examples of graphite from the Web
They are painted in soft washes of acrylic that bleed like watercolor, with details picked out delicately in graphite.
The new works include detailed graphite drawings, painting and collage on raw wood panels.
But microscopic silicon particles have been emerging as a more efficient replacement for graphite–and at least one company thinks this technology will come to market within the next year.
The country sits on an estimated $6 trillion worth of mineral reserves, including iron, gold, zinc, graphite and a host of rare earth materials needed in the production of smartphones and other high tech products.
Among those minerals were microscopic crystals of diamond and graphite—two minerals composed entirely of carbon atoms.
The cylinder heads of the Cummins 5-liter V8 are aluminum alloy while the block is made of an alloy of aluminum and compacted graphite iron, which Nissan says is lighter and stronger than the iron traditionally used for diesel blocks.
Typically, graphite anode materials are used in lithium ion batteries.
The Parks created an equally elegant backyard for entertaining, complete with a hot tub and an in-ground saltwater graphite heated pool with an automatic cover.
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GRAPHITE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of graphite for English Language Learners
: a shiny black substance that is used in pencils
GRAPHITE Defined for Kids
medical Definition of graphite
graphiticplay \gra-ˈfit-ik\ adjective
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