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Amorphous Graphite



A microcrystalline form of graphite, occurring in veins forming along metamorphosed coal beds or organic carbonaceous rocks, typically near igneous intrusions. Its carbon content is dependent on the parent material.




Characteristics  · Specifications

Characteristics

Percent Carbon

60 - 85 %

Particle Size Range

-3/4 -- 5 microns


Specifications

Appearance

Massive lumps with flat fracture cleavage.

Applications

  • Lubricant additives
  • Friction Materials
  • Refractories
  • Paints
  • Rubber & Polymer Composites
  • Metal Covers
  • Thread Compounds
  • Drilling Mud Additives
  • Pencils

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