Why diamond is white and Graphite is black?
diamond and graphite bothe are carbon.
Why can Diamonds be white and Graphite is black even though both are made from Carbon? Diamond is the hardest known mineral and extremely hard to scratch - on the other hand Graphite, which is used in pencils is soft and crumbly. It is hard to... read more
its all how you arrange the molecules- intense heat and pressure overtime can create a diamond. Its like overtime water that freezes one way makes a block but the same water can make an icicle
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