Graphitic carbon
Graphitic Gra*phit"ic, a. Pertaining to, containing, derived from, or resembling, graphite. [1913 Webster]

{Graphitic acid} (Chem.), an organic acid, so called because obtained by the oxidation of graphite; -- usually called {mellitic acid}.

{Graphitic carbon}, in iron or steel, that portion of the carbon which is present as graphite. --Raymond.


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