Translation of graphite in Spanish:

graphite

grafito, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈɡræˌfaɪt//ˈɡrafʌɪt/

noun

  • 1

    grafito masculine
    • Diamond and graphite both have a variety of important commercial and industrial uses.
    • Arrows can be made from wood, fibreglass, aluminium and carbon graphite.
    • The sheet of graphite has rows of conjoined hexagons, separated by horizontally running zig-zag lines.
    • The cesium ions interact with the graphite and eject the carbon ions.
    • One possibility of this sort of manipulation could turn carbon into either graphite or diamond.
    • For instance, carbon may exist as either graphite or diamond in its solid phase.
    • Some materials commonly used as unreactive anodes are platinum and graphite.
    • Erasers made for graphite in black pencils work by adhesion, lifting the mark from the paper.
    • Students were allowed to use graphite pencil or a very fine-tipped felt pen.
    • A nanotube is essentially a sheet of graphite rolled into a cylinder forming a single molecule.
    • The sample contains graphite, but no monazite was found in the heavy mineral concentrates.
    • It even resumed operations of an experimental graphite nuclear reactor.
    • One of the benefits of using graphite is that it keeps the silver from oxidizing, so bullets come out bright and shiny.
    • Carbon, in the forms of charcoal, graphite, and diamond, was one of the earliest elements known to man.
    • With the exception of graphite, they are poor conductors of electricity.
    • Permanent moulds also can be made from either bronze, aluminum, rubber or graphite.
    • It involved passing an electrical discharge between two rods of graphite (which is pure carbon).
    • A diamond is a perfect crystal lattice while the graphite arrangement is more random.
    • A scanning tunneling microscope image shows liquid crystal molecules aligned on a sheet of graphite.
    • The leads are comprised of finely ground graphite and clay, which results in smooth, consistent lay down.