1.064: made a few minor changes and added a table of contents. 2.00: i think all the minerals are in with proper information for all of them. for sanity's sake the tabletop mountain is listed as daichi area 2 while the rest of daichi is listed as daichi area 1. if it is found in both areas it will be listed as daichi. graphite: area
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graphite usually occurs in flakes in metamorphosed rocks rich in carbon but it can also be found in veins and in pegmatites. where large deposits are found it is mined and used as an industrial lubricant and for 'lead' in pencils.
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well not without the proper tools or outside information that tell us exactly where that fq/seed combination can be and in this we would actually only narrow it down to two possible grottos. there's another "graphite mine of doubt lv. 3" that resides at #34 which has a depth of 2 (instead of 4) and a monster rank of 3 (instead of 1).
m/s.graphite and mineral products is one of the largest engaged in manufacturing supplyingexporting and importing of high quality grades of different carbon products. 1) m/s grs graphite pvt. ltd. (engaged in supply of foundry mineralschemicals and ferro alloys) 2) m/s singhania commercial co.
graphite is a mineral composed exclusively of the element carbon. graphite has the same chemical composition as diamond which is also pure carbon but the molecular structure of graphite and diamond is entirely different. this causes almost opposite characteristics in their physical properties.
graphite is a mineral of extremes. it is extremely soft cleaves with very light pressure and has a very low specific gravity. in contrast it is extremely resistant to heat and nearly inert in contact with almost any other material. these extreme properties give it a wide range of uses in metallurgy and manufacturing.
graphite. pure graphite is a mineral form of the element carbon (element #6 symbol c). it forms as veins and disseminations in metamorphic rocks as the result of the metamorphism of organic material included in limestone deposits. it is an extremely soft mineral and it breaks into minute flexible flakes that easily slide over one another.