porous graphite

porous graphite

[′pȯr·əs ′gra‚fīt]
(materials)
Plates, tubes, or disks of uniform graphite particles pressed together without a binder; more resistant to oxidation but lower in strength than porous carbon.
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Currently the most adopted technology of degassing is so-called argon rotary degassing where a porous graphite rotor is submerged into the melt and Ar is purged through the rotor to the bottom of the bulk melt.
Green Design + Manufacturing explains them thusly: "Two fluid electrolytes containing metal ions flow through porous graphite felt electrodes, separated by a membrane, which allows protons to pass through it.
Thermo Electron's Hypercarb HPLC columns use porous graphite carbon for high temperature applications.