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1 Made from cast iron, it is finished in graphite enamel.
2 The clubs are fitted with graphite shafts.
3 In graphite sheets, carbon atoms bond together in rings.
4 The bats have graphite shafts that absorb the vibration.
5 The importance of graphite mining declined late in the colonial period.
6 Using state of the art passive backplane technology,[www.Sentencedict.com] Graphite Micro Series systems become truly modular.
7 In graphite the carbon atoms are arranged in flat hexagons layered on top of each other.
8 High pressures are essential because graphite is less dense than diamond.
9 The composite is constructed from a graphite cloth which is soaked in a special resin.
10 In modern commercial synthesis graphite is mixed with a metal solvent - cobalt or nickel is used today.
11 For example, graphite only conducts electricity in the direction along its layers.
12 Graphite is the classic example of a substance with a layer structure.
13 The Ghost rackets are of 100% graphite construction and retail for ￡199.99.
14 The graphite boom temporarily reduced the social and economic importance of subsistence agriculture in the Low Country.
15 Although graphite and diamond both exist at ordinary temperatures and pressures, diamonds are actually unstable and are continuously reverting to graphite.
16 Doubtless a sort of graphite derivative, it should ensure that tuning stays smooth and ping free.
17 Can smell the graphite salve, like the smell in a garage.
18 The loose graphite powder can be rubbed into paper surfaces to give a silvery-grey tone.
19 A powerful electric current is passed through a piece of graphite.
20 As the temperature rose, the bitumen was further cooked into a solid char containing graphite.
21 With a little research he found that a $ 400 graphite rod is not a requirement for success.
22 The better tennis racquets are made out of tough but extremely flexible graphite.
23 Released from those conditions, diamonds will revert within minutes to the more pedestrian substance graphite.
24 Less fortunate caste members provided much of the labour for graphite mines.
25 By changing the amount of clay included when firing the graphite, pencils could be graded according to softness.
26 The silvery substance clung to his skin, looking like tiny beads of mercury, as slippery as graphite between his fingers.
27 This increased temperature dependence can not be explained merely by additional carbon conduction, as graphite conduction is nearly independent of temperature.
28 The simpler of the two is based on a resistive sheet, often just heavy paper with a graphite coating.
29 He decided to repeat the heating exercise in an attempt to force out the energy from the graphite.
30 Non-metals tend to be insulators although, as we have seen, graphite is a conductor of electricity.
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