from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Conversion of amorphous carbon or of the diamond into graphite by exposure to a very high temperature. See
- noun The operation of covering the surface of an object with graphite. See
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- noun geology The formation of
graphitefrom other organicmaterials.
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Just like a steel worker can judge the temperature of the steel from its color, we can get temperature information from the graphitization of graphite or nanotube.
Perfect graphitization (the basal planes are well aligned) requires temperatures close to
Definition: A cast iron made by prolonged annealing of white iron in which decarburization, graphitization, or both take place to eliminate some or all of the cementite.
Single crystal diamond produced by chemical vapor deposition (CVD) at very high growth rates (up to 150 μm / h) has been successfully annealed without graphitization at temperatures up to 2200 °C and pressures