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Anti-seize compound is just grease with added solid materials; powdered aluminum, copper, graphite, teflon, and various others. There's even food grade.

The solids are there to prevent the surfaces from galling or welding after heat dissipates the grease. If the joint won't get above 400 degrees, grease is fine. If it's going to get hot, anti-seize might be called for.
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