Chementator: A new feedstock for carbon and graphite electrodes: coal
Edited by Gerald Ondrey
A less-expensive way of making the raw materials for carbon anodes (for aluminum smelting) and graphite electrodes (used to make steel in electric arc furnaces) has been developed by West Virginia University (UWV; Morgantown, W.Va.; www.wvu.edu). The...
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