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Source of Colloidal Graphite
By Roger Wiegand

Googling "colloidal graphite" reveals many potential sources and
compositions including this one in isopropanol:  or this one;jsessionid=hvdyjb9ru
depending if you want aerosol or liquid.

The stuff seems to have a very wide range of uses from making
conductive surfaces, electron microscopy, making a resist for
soldering,  to use as a mould release agent.  (I figured the 200
liter packaging was probably excessive for piano/organ work.)

Google also turns up some history about its inventor, Edward Acheson,
who also invented the synthetic abrasive carborundum: or

Roger Wiegand
Wayland, Massachusetts, USA

(Message sent Mon 3 Jul 2006, 20:31:53 GMT, from time zone GMT-0400.)

Key Words in Subject:  Colloidal, Graphite, Source

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