Electrically non-conductive thermally conductive material

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...operating at 750C temp in a steam/nitrogen environment for up to 1000 hour periods.
This looks easy for alumina!

Even available as a powder you can cast in a mix with water, much like cement.
In the electronics industry, we use potting compound to seal our electronic products. It has very good thermal conductivity, but is electrically insulated.

http://www.mgchemicals.com/products/832c.html [Broken]

Most epxoy's and urethanes behave this way.
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