Roger Weller, geology instructor
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model of graphite molecular structure-2
The crystalline structure of graphite consists of dense layers of carbon
atoms separated by large gaps between the layers. The layers of carbon atoms
are easily separated, thus providing for the use of graphite in pencils and lubricants.
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This molecular model is available from the Klinger Company