Graphitic carbon

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in iron or steel, that portion of the carbon which is present as graphite.
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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All assays used for the Resource Estimates were performed by MS Analytical in Langley, BC with verification samples analysed at ALS-Laboratory at Burnaby, BC for graphitic carbon ('% Cg'), internal analytical code SPM-140 and GE_CSA05V respectively.
Among the highlights, the company intersected 102.0 metres at 5.07% total graphitic carbon, including 46.68 metres at 6.09% TGC.
3a'-c', graphitic carbon (peak I, 284.8 eV); phenolic, alcoholic groups (peak II, 286.5 eV); carbonyl or quinine groups (peak III, 287.5 eV); and carboxyl or ester groups (peak IV, 288.9 eV).
The new photocatalyst, which combines graphitic carbon nitride and black phosphorous, utilized a wide spectrum of light, all the way down to the lower-energy near-infrared to produce hydrogen.
Helical microtubules of graphitic carbon. Nature 1991;354(6348):56-58.
8 indicates that at 500AdegC no band is observed in Raman analysis while at 700AdegC two bands are appeared which are matching with graphitic carbon bands [38].
Nongraphitic carbons also show higher capacities compared to graphitic carbon. However, although hard carbon materials have very high initial capacities, one of the main issues with using hard carbon materials is the very high irreversible capacity.
It has a strong binding within the graphitic carbon hexagons with small nearest-neighbour separation of 0.1421 nm.
On the other hand, the peak position of the third peak (d = 3.21 [Angstrom]) corresponds to that of 002 (d =3.24 [Angstrom]) of graphitic carbon nitride (g-[C.sub.3][N.sub.4]) composed of the stacked layers of heptazine building blocks [26, 39].
Cheng, "3D aperiodic hierarchical porous graphitic carbon material for high-rate electrochemical capacitive energy storage," Angewandte Chemie International Edition, vol.
The Albany deposit consists of two adjacent breccia pipes containing an indicated resource of 24 million tonnes grading 3.98 per cent Cg (graphitic carbon), and 17 million inferred tonnes grading 2.64 per cent Cg for a total of 1.5 million tonnes of graphitic carbon.