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7 July, 04:25

What is the name for minerals that have the same chemicall composition but different structures, such as diamon and graphite?

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  1. 7 July, 06:22
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    Be careful of the terms you use.

    Chemicals with the same chemical composition but different structures are called isomers.

    The specific example you gave of diamond and graphite suggests that you're looking for different forms of elements that have different physical structures. Those are called allotropes.
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