Canada Carbon vein graphite tests show nuclear potential

By Emma Hughes
Published: Tuesday, 04 February 2014

Lab tests show high crystallinity and purity in rare vein graphite deposit; interest grows in nuclear-grade graphite as Canada Carbon meets with “federal government officials”

Graphite exploration company, Canada Carbon Inc. has reported the first in a series of laboratory results from its vein graphite Miller property, in Quebec, which shows the potential for new material to enter the nuclear industry.

Tests by Evans Analytical Group (EAG) on the crystallinity of the graphite and by...

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