Graphite refers to a crystalline form of carbon, commonly used in glass working tools because it does not burn or stick to glass.

-see also:
"Graphite" is in the NAICS Code "335991"
  (Carbon and Graphite Product ManufacturingElectrodes for thermal and electrolytic uses, carbon and graphite, manufacturing)

"Graphite" is in the HS Code "3801"
  Artificial Graphite, Colloidal Or Semi-Colloidal Graphite, Preparations Based On Graphite Or Other C

"Graphite" is in the UNSPSC Code "11101507"
Ref: 124311/2006-10-03

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