FOR something like a century graphite was considered in much the same way as other bulk minerals, and it is only within the last twenty or thirty years that it has received close scientific scrutiny. Its suitability as a moderator in nuclear fission processes has undoubtedly helped to focus scientific, as opposed to commercial, attention on this material which has enjoyed a somewhat surprising range of industrial uses.
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