View of a pile of carbon powder

View of a pile of carbon powder

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Caption: Carbon powder. View of a pile of carbon powder. Carbon naturally occurs in three main forms: diamond, graphite and amorphous carbon. This is the graphite form. Graphite is a soft and slippery substance to touch, and has a melting point in excess of 3500 degrees celsius. It has a wide variety of uses including the "lead" in pencils, as a lubricant in industry, and as a heat resistant component in high-temperature areas.

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Keywords: carbon, carbon powder, chemical, chemistry, element, graphite, pile, pile of, powder

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