Kish Graphite is a byproduct of steel-making. The more modern steel-making processes do not result in the generation of Kish graphite, but in earlier times it was produced during the cooling of molten steel. It is obtained when carbon crystallizes from molten steel during the steel manufacturing process. It is used by hundreds of research groups to make graphene by mechanical exfoliation. With preparation methods, the size of kish graphite is from mm to cm. As it is obtained by high temperature, the main applications include: as raw materials to synthesis the graphene, graphite intercalation compounds, and the fundamental research works such as the properties of graphite, large size graphite layer compounds.
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