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tripolite

[′trip·ə‚līt]
(geology)
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The group of such modifiers include carboniferous (carbon fiber, carbon black, ultradisperse diamondlike graphite, graphite, coke) and silicate (schungite, tripolite, zeolites, clays, mica) fillers, which are widely applied in materials science in PTFE-based composites of various functions.
Rifi refused to negotiate over the candidacy of Frangieh, pointing that he represented the sentiments of the Tripolites.
Rifi called for the development of a scientific study by experts, in order to reactivate the economic situation in the northern capital, to create job opportunities for over 15,000 young unemployed Tripolites.