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graphite is found in Canada
Graphite is not made in Canada; it is a natural element.
Graphite is carbon, so yes, carbon is found in graphite.
In nature, graphite is found as flake, vein, or amorphous form. Graphite is polymorph of carbon. Graphite is a non-metal that is a conductor of electricity.
sometimes under ground.but as graphite is a rock it is mostly found in its rocky form
Graphite is mainly found in parts of North and South Korea, West Germany and Mexico.
no, graphite is a mineral. There is a difference between minerals and rocks, though graphite can be found in sedimentary rocks.
Carbon and graphite.
it is found in every country of the world!
Yes, it is. You can read more here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graphite
graphite,lead and carbon
Graphite is used in pencils.
Yes, there are some very large reserves of graphite in the US. However, graphite is no longer mined in the US because graphite can be synthetically produced using petroleum coke. Petroleum coke is much more pure and economic form of graphite.
Graphite is composed of pure carbon, a non-metallic element. So there are no metals in graphite
The core of a pencil is a mixture of graphite and clay. Graphite is a form of carbon that is found in some rocks .
Not in modern pencils. They contain graphite.