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graphitizing

[′graf·ə‚tiz·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Annealing cast iron to convert all or some of the combined carbon to graphitic carbon.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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One is the formation of the B-C [sp.sup.2] bond which can reduce the [sp.sup.3] bond and produce a trend of graphitizing of the film.
--the charges 1 and 2 were treated with greater quantities (identical for the two charges) of nodulizing modifier, FeSiMgCe(RE) and with same amount of graphitizing modifiers, but different from the chemical composition point of view: FeSi--charge 1 and FeSiSr--charge2;
and Taylor, G.H.: 1965, The formation of graphitizing carbons from the liquid phase, Carbon 2, 185-186.
In [4] general scheme of SER temperature dependence of carbon materials within temperature range from 273 K to the temperature zone of their complete graphitizing is proposed (Figure 1).
Moreover, chill can be reduced by raising carbon equivalent, and by adding silicon (pointed out earlier), inoculants, and graphitizing elements.
The company has hundreds of combined years of experience with coreless and channel furnaces as well as large induction heating and graphitizing equipment.
SCMG is produced by first processing raw material of carbon with SDK's proprietary technology to optimize its shape as anode material, and heating it at high temperatures in a special graphitizing furnace.
For all the cast iron charges studied, in order to obtain a graphite modification, we used the same type of graphitizing modifier (FeSiSr), in sufficient percentage, in order to obtain the silicon percentage necessary.
In July 2007, the Company completed a new line of graphitizing furnace at its Omachi Plant in Japan.
Ark[R] electrodes benefit from a unique continuous graphitizing technology that imparts very uniform and consistent properties on each piece.
As a result, a new line of graphitizing furnace will be completed at the Omachi Plant, Japan, in July and expanded facilities will start up at Showa Denko Carbon, Inc., in the U.S., in the second half of this year.