A soft, steel-gray to black, hexagonally crystallized allotrope of carbon with a metallic luster and a greasy experience, found in lead pencils, lubricants, shows, and coatings, that is fabricated into many different kinds particularly molds, bricks, electrodes, crucibles, and rocket nozzles. Also referred to as black lead, plumbago.
An allotrope of carbon comprising airplanes of carbon atoms organized in hexagonal arrays aided by the airplanes piled loosely which is used as a dry lubricant plus "lead" pencils.
brief for graphite-reinforced plastic, a composite plastic created using graphite materials noted for light weight power and stiffness.
A grey color.
indigenous carbon in hexagonal crystals, in addition foliated or granular massive, of black colored shade and metallic luster, and so soft on keep a trace written down. It is used for pencils (improperly known as lead pencils), for crucibles, and also as a lubricator, etc. also known as plumbago or black lead.
one of several forms under which carbon occurs in the wild (identify carbon), also referred to as plumbago and black-lead.
Same as graffito. See the extract.
used as a lubricant and as a moderator in atomic reactors