Why is writing done in ink more permanent than writing done in pencil?
Ink can withstand the test of time--hundreds of years or more--whereas pencil can't withstand a first-grader's eraser and smudges over time and can be smudged by a person's hand going over the text.
Because ink soaks some distance into the paper, whereas the marks left by a pencil are merely surface films of plumbago. One can rub out pencil marks easily enough, but ink requires the use of an eraser, which grinds away the surface of the paper.
Because the ink is made up of different different chemicals in liquid form and it stays on the paper and get deep in the paper and join with the paper molecules. Where as The pencil is made of graphite and it is nothing but just the dust of graphite and it is in solid form.
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