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Development of graphite deep processing technology

As important strategic resources, graphite and its deep processing products, will be widely used in the advanced field. With the development of high speed, high parameters production, especially the rise of new technology, such as conductive atomic energy, geothermal, aerospace, has higher requirement for the material. Development of graphite deep processing technology and the development of high-end products are inevitable choice for graphite industry development.



In China, as natural graphite is a very important strategic material, there are very obvious resource advantages. Crystal graphite is a dominant kind of graphite in China, which accounts for about 2 / 3 of the world's reserves. With an annual export volume of more than 200,000 tons, China could be the largest graphite export country in the world. Most of the crystalline graphite in China is flake graphite. However, the reserves of microcrystal graphite account for 10% of the world's total reserves, and the distribution is concentrated. In recent years, the value of natural graphite has been recognized by people and paid attention by the relevant departments of the state. Especially the capital has also begun to enter the industry. Carbon materials and graphite deep processing will be newly developed and applied in the 21st century. In the future, the development level of electronics, aerospace and other high and new technologies will be higher and higher, and the development level of graphite materials will be continuously improved.



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