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How is graphite different from other allotropes of carbon? a. graphite forms only from carbon atoms, without other atoms mixed in. b. the carbon atoms in graphite are arranged randomly, without a crystalline structure. c. the carbon atoms in graphite are arranged in widely spaced layers. d. the carbon atoms in graphite are packed extremely densely and tightly.

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