Products/Services for Crystalline Graphite

  • Carbon, Graphite, and Diamond Materials-Image
    Carbon, Graphite, and Diamond Materials - (201 companies)
    ...and diamond-like coatings. What is Carbon?. Carbon is a non-metallic element with graphite and diamond forms. Graphite is a gray, crystalline, carbon allotrope that is used as a solid lubricant and in nuclear reactors. Diamonds are formed... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Glass Materials - (379 companies)
    Glass materials have a random, liquid-like (non-crystalline) molecular structure. They are excellent thermal insulators and electrical insulators, and have high dielectric strength. At ordinary temperatures, glass materials are relatively strong... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Electrodes and Electrode Materials - (333 companies)
    ...difficult to machine than either brass or graphite. Copper is also more expensive than graphite. Graphite and carbon are used in a variety of electrode applications. Graphite, flake graphite, and graphitic carbon have a hexagonal, crystalline structure... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Minerals, Aggregates, and Sands - (368 companies)
    Minerals, aggregates and sands consist of bulk or particulate forms of silicates, clays, calcium carbonate, wollastonite, aggregates and other additives used to extend, fill, strengthen or modify plastics, coatings, adhesives, and other materials. Learn More
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    Ceramic Powders and Precursors - (202 companies)
    ...conventional glass fabrication techniques. After partial fabrication, the structure is transformed from an amorphous glassy state to a crystalline ceramic state. Cordierite or cordierite porcelain is a magnesium-aluminum-silicate produced by the fusion... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Thermosets and Thermoset Resins - (295 companies)
    ...or cloth. Some products contain solid lubricant fillers such as graphite or molybdenum disulfide. Others contain aramid fibers, metal powders, or inorganic fillers with ceramics and silicates. Vulcanized Thermosets. Vulcanization is a thermosetting... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Ceramic Tiles - (157 companies)
    Ceramic tiles are thin, flat tiles that are usually shaped with beveled edges. They are used for lining or covering a surface, and may provide corrosion resistance, thermal protection, wear resistance, and/or surface decoration. Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Polymers and Plastic Resins - (955 companies)
    Polymers and plastic materials are organic, synthetic or processed polymers that are supplied as raw materials. They typically consist of thermoplastic or thermosetting resins in the form of pellets, powders or liquid resins. These materials can then be molded into a variety of shapes for a wide range of uses. Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Thermoplastics and Thermoplastic Resins - (664 companies)
    ...products contain solid lubricant fillers such as graphite or molybdenum disulfide. Others contain aramid fibers, metal powders, or inorganic fillers with ceramics and silicates. Thermoplastic Material Properties. Choosing a chemical system and filler... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Ceramic Insulation and Textiles - (162 companies)
    ...sublimation temperature and a wide variety of crystalline structures. Boron fibers are available as monofilaments and used to provide structural reinforcement. Fused silica and quartz are common materials for ceramic insulation and textiles. Some... Search by Specification | Learn More
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Graphite, flake graphite, and graphitic carbon have a hexagonal, crystalline structure that cleave or shears easily, making graphite a soft material and effective lubricant. A form of carbon, graphite has an anisotropic hexagonal crystal structure. Graphite brush-material grades are used...

...carbon nanotubes, carbon nanofibers, amorphous carbon, lonsdaleite, glassy carbon and others. FutureCarbon treats basically three different carbons - natural graphite, carbon nanotubes and carbon nanofibers. Graphite is a crystalline modification of carbon which occurs naturally and can also...

Carbon (C) is a non-metallic element with an extremely high sublimation temperature and a wide variety of crystalline structure forms (polymorphism). Carbon is available as amorphous / vitreous carbon, pyrolytic graphite, hexagonal graphite, diamond or diamond-like carbon. Carbon without...

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