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Homeopathy
A homeopathic remedy formulated from graphite; it is used for skin disease in the form of eczema, psoriasis, keloids, nail defects, scars, hair loss, facial herpes, paraesthesia, nosebleeds and lymphadenitis.
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After a prompt measurement on mass, the surface dose rate, and [gamma] multichannel spectrum (Step 1), the selected graphite sphere was fixed in a drilling machine.
Through a series of systematic experiments and optimization, the combustion conditions were finally chosen as follows: (1) 0.1 to 0.2 gram of graphite powders in the crucible; (2) 10 mL of NaOH with the concentration of 3 to 4mol/L; (3) >20 atm of oxygen in the vessel; (4) >20 min of ageing after combustion with some gentle shaking.
Because all [gamma] emitting nuclides in graphite belong to metal elements, they will remain in the crucible after combustion.
Meanwhile, the once 'innocent commercial graphite' suddenly received prominence in the global strategic frontlines due to Graphite's strong resistance to high heat -making it a sought after input in nuclear technology as well as fabrication of missile war heads (Graphite and diamonds are the only two natural polymers of carbon.
In the global graphite supply map, Sri Lanka has a strong reputation as a rare supplier of vein graphite in Commercial scale.
Kahatagaha Graphite Lanka Limited (KGLL), a graphite firm in Sri Lanka, operating under Minister Bathiudeen's Industry and Commerce Ministry, mines graphite through several mines that have proven deposit reserves.
A proven foundry iron quality control tool, inoculation provides the means to regulate the growth of desirable types and size of graphite during solidification.
It is also important that the highest concentration of inoculant be developed in the melt before the temperatures at which the graphite begins to precipitate and that this temperature level be maintained until nucleation is completed.
In like manner, when the atoms of carbon arrange themselves into a lattice and these lattices combine to form a crystal, the result is crystalline graphite, the type that forms during cast iron solidification.
Mark Saxon, Interim CEO stated, 'Expandable graphite is a high value application for graphite flakes that are larger in size and of a lower purity than that required for battery anode materials.
Please contact the Company to receive expandable graphite samples from the Woxna mine.'
Expandable graphite exploits the remarkable anisotropic property of natural flake graphite.