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Lead/graphite, depends. Both are black, it doesn't really make a difference :)

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Q: What is the led part of the pencil made from?
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Is a lead pencil really made with lead?

no a led pencil is made of graphite


What is pencil led made of?

graphite


What mineral is mixed with clay then made into pencil led?

Graphite.


Is eating led pencil harmful?

yes! eating the nip of pencil is harmful if its made up of graphite


What country produces the most pencil?

THE COUNTRY THAT PRODUCES THE MOST PENCIL WOOD IS CHINA. SIMPLY BECAUSE IN CHINA THEY HAVE A LOT OF TREES THAT MAKE WOOD AND PENCILS ARE MADE OUT OF WOOD.INFACT PENCIL LED IS MADE OUT OF A SPECIAL PART OF THE TREE THAT MAKES A DARK GRAY LINE, WHICH WE CALL WRITING. WHICH WE USE ALMOST EVERY DAY. WHICH LEADS US TO THE ERASER. THE ERASER IS MADE OUT OF RUBBER, NOT LIKE TIRE RUBBER A DIFFRENT KIND OF RUBBER THAT ERASES LED (we call it pencil).


What the materials a pencil made of?

A pencil is made of wood and yellow paint and graphite. The metal part is made of metal and eraser made of eraser material.


How do you make a pencil?

i think you get thick led and a circular piece of wood and stick the led through the wood and u have a pencil + eraser you add a medal piece from a old pencil or something and glue the eraser to the medal part I thought of tht in two seconds


From what material is the inside a pencil made?

a lot of people mistake it for led but it is in fact graphite


What allotrope of carbon is used to make pencils?

yea. actually graphite, allitopes element of carbon. its not really all LEAD


What kind of led does a 2 pencil have?

It does not have led it has graphite.


What is the metal part of the pencil made of?

An alloy majorly consisting of aluminum


What does a lump of coal have in common with a pencil led and a beautiful diamond have in common?

They are all comprised (or made up of) carbon.