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I am filling out a chem packet. Is what graphite, diamond and fullerene have in common is that they're all made of carbon?

My other problem is what are four alternative uses to copper for...
1)electrical wire 2)generators

Are copper's two alloys calcolite and cuperite? Thank you.

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    yes to the copper alloys...idk to the rest girl...good luck though!!

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    Yes, diamond, fullerenes, and graphite are carbon.
    I think calcolite and cuperite are minerals. Also there is a geologic period known as calcolite.
    Here is a link for alloys of copper. There are over 400 of them so "two" alloys is a misnomer. I suspect, however, that your prof may be looking for the two words, brass and bronze.
    This site will give additional information.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copper_alloys

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