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a material consisting of graphite fibers in a plastic matrix. It is used in radiological devices to reduce patient exposure to x-rays.
a chemical element, atomic number 6,atomic weight 12.011, symbol C. See Table 6.
asymmetric carbon atom
one bonded to four different atoms. See also isomer.
made by the pyrolization of polymer fibers at very high temperatures and used in various forms as soft tissue implants, particularly in tendon and ligament repair.
see dark reaction.