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from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Conversion of amorphous carbon or of the diamond into graphite by exposure to a very high temperature. See artificial wordnikxref
  • noun The operation of covering the surface of an object with graphite. See graphitize, 2.

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  • noun geology The formation of graphite from other organic materials.


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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.

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  • Perfect graphitization (the basal planes are well aligned) requires temperatures close to

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  • 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

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