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    A mineral is a natural-occurring, inorganic substance with a specific chemical composition and structure. There are thousands of minerals that have been discovered and utilized in some way. Amongst the large number of minerals on Earth, I found that graphite would be an interesting study. Graphite is a fascinating mineral that is used every single day by millions of people, for numerous reasons. Graphite has many intriguing facts that many people should learn. Especially since it is an essential mineral in people’s everyday use. The minerals description/composition, facts, history of discovery, and use are a few informative facts that are going to be explained.
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    A mineral is a natural-occurring, inorganic substance with a specific chemical composition and structure. There are thousands of minerals that have been discovered and utilized in some way. Amongst the large number of minerals on Earth, I found that graphite would be an interesting study. Graphite is a fascinating mineral that is used every single day by millions of people, for numerous reasons. Graphite has many intriguing facts that many people should learn. Especially since it is an essential mineral in people’s everyday use. The minerals description/composition, facts, history of discovery, and use are a few informative facts that are going to be explained.
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