Applications of Synthetic Graphite and Natural Graphite

Natural Graphite is a mineral which consists of graphitic carbon. It works as an excellent conductor of both heat and electricity. It is soft in nature and stable over a wide range of temperatures, whereas Synthetic graphite is a man-made substance manufactured by the high temperature processing of amorphous carbon materials. These graphites are having renowned applications. In nuclear engineering, a neutron moderator is a medium that controls the speed of neutrons.  Solid graphite of nearly 20% is used in these moderators. Graphite paints are used in foundry molds, and graphite lubricants are used in forging dies. Graphite crucibles are used in foundry to hold molten metals. In integrated steel plants right from melting to the product graphite plays an important role as reducing agent, fuel, refractory, lubricant for dies etc... In the construction of batteries like lithium-ion batteries, lithium carbonate batteries, and nickel metal hydride batteries etc.

 

  • Neutron moderator
  • Electrode, Powder and scrap
  • Foundry facings and lubricants
  • Refractories and steel Making
  • Batteries

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