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A pure solid is one which is made up of a single type of atom (e.g. diamond) or a single type of molecule (e.g. ice). Therefore, the number of pure solids that can exist depends on the number of elements we have in the periodic table. However, some elements can correspond to more than one type of pure solid. For example, diamond and graphite are both pure ...



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