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Well, you've mystified me. I have a PhD in chemistry, and this is the first I've ever heard of a "giant ionic and covalent structure". Could you try being a little more specific?

I can think of materials that might qualify ... zeolites, for example, which are partly ionic and partly covalent and might form extensive networks ... but these are compounds, not elements.

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