graphitize

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graph·i·tize

 (grăf′ĭ-tīz′)
tr.v. graph·i·tized, graph·i·tiz·ing, graph·i·tiz·es
1. To convert into graphite, as by a heating process.
2. To coat or impregnate with graphite.

graph′i·ti·za′tion (-tĭ-zā′shən) n.
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graphitize

(ˈɡræfɪˌtaɪz) or

graphitise

vb (tr)
1. (Chemistry) to convert (a substance) into graphite, usually by heating
2. (Chemistry) to coat or impregnate with graphite
ˌgraphiˈtizable, ˌgraphiˈtisable adj
ˌgraphitiˈzation, ˌgraphitiˈsation n
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graphitize


Past participle: graphitized
Gerund: graphitizing

Imperative
graphitize
graphitize
Present
I graphitize
you graphitize
he/she/it graphitizes
we graphitize
you graphitize
they graphitize
Preterite
I graphitized
you graphitized
he/she/it graphitized
we graphitized
you graphitized
they graphitized
Present Continuous
I am graphitizing
you are graphitizing
he/she/it is graphitizing
we are graphitizing
you are graphitizing
they are graphitizing
Present Perfect
I have graphitized
you have graphitized
he/she/it has graphitized
we have graphitized
you have graphitized
they have graphitized
Past Continuous
I was graphitizing
you were graphitizing
he/she/it was graphitizing
we were graphitizing
you were graphitizing
they were graphitizing
Past Perfect
I had graphitized
you had graphitized
he/she/it had graphitized
we had graphitized
you had graphitized
they had graphitized
Future
I will graphitize
you will graphitize
he/she/it will graphitize
we will graphitize
you will graphitize
they will graphitize
Future Perfect
I will have graphitized
you will have graphitized
he/she/it will have graphitized
we will have graphitized
you will have graphitized
they will have graphitized
Future Continuous
I will be graphitizing
you will be graphitizing
he/she/it will be graphitizing
we will be graphitizing
you will be graphitizing
they will be graphitizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been graphitizing
you have been graphitizing
he/she/it has been graphitizing
we have been graphitizing
you have been graphitizing
they have been graphitizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been graphitizing
you will have been graphitizing
he/she/it will have been graphitizing
we will have been graphitizing
you will have been graphitizing
they will have been graphitizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been graphitizing
you had been graphitizing
he/she/it had been graphitizing
we had been graphitizing
you had been graphitizing
they had been graphitizing
Conditional
I would graphitize
you would graphitize
he/she/it would graphitize
we would graphitize
you would graphitize
they would graphitize
Past Conditional
I would have graphitized
you would have graphitized
he/she/it would have graphitized
we would have graphitized
you would have graphitized
they would have graphitized
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It involves treating silk materials with high temperatures in argon or nitrogen to transform them into partially graphitised carbon, so obtaining silk-derived carbon materials for wearable electronics.
Liu, "Properties and microstructure of graphitised ZrC/C or SiC/C composites," Carbon, vol.
The backdrop is not the skyscrapers of a major city or the graphitised walls of an urban skate park but the Hindu Kush mountains and the destination is an empty swimming pool which was used during the Taliban period for executions.
This system utilised solid phase graphitised carbon black (Supelco) in ORBO-32 solvent desorption tubes (Supelco) as volatile organic compound (VOC) traps.
Carbon cathode materials are catalytically graphitised during aluminium electrolysis.
Therefore, Fe tends to have a higher carbon supersaturation ratio compared with Co and Ni because of its higher carbon solubility of Fe, which promotes the nucleation and growth of SWNTs and also explains why broad bundles of SWNTs with a more highly graphitised structure were formed on the [Fe.sub.3][O.sub.4]/MgO catalyst.