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Allotropes. By: Jenna Knaff. Definition. Different forms of the same element in the same physical state. http://www.chemicool.com/definition/allotropes.html. Pictures. jkb. Pictures of the different allotropes of carbon. White and black phosphorus are allotropes.

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allotropes

Allotropes

By: Jenna Knaff

definition
Definition
  • Different forms of the same element in the same physical state.
  • http://www.chemicool.com/definition/allotropes.html
pictures
Pictures
  • jkb

Pictures of the different allotropes of carbon.

White and black phosphorus are allotropes.

http://boomeria.org/chemtextbook/fig11-12.jpg

information from book
Information from book
  • To be considered allotropes, the forms of the element must be in the same state-either solid of liquid, or gas.
diamond
Diamond
  • Diamond- one of the best known allotropes of carbon.
  • Hardness and high dispersion of light make it useful for industrial applications and jewelry.
graphite
Graphite
  • Another one of the most known allotropes of carbon.
  • Electrical conductor
  • Can be used as the material in the electrodes of an electrical arc lamp.
examples
Examples
  • Composed of soft rock, black solid, is the carbon allotrope.
  • Carbon in the form of a diamond. Its melting point is among the highest of any element.
  • One of many recently identified allotropes of carbon, a group of ball-like and even tube like structures known as fullerenes.
uses of allotropes
Uses of Allotropes
  • Used for rocket fuels.
  • We use the diamonds in jewelry
  • Graphite is used in pencil
  • Fullerenes are used and found in all carbon based substances.
  • Oxidizer
how do they relate
How do they relate?
  • Shows the arrangements of atoms and density of materials.
  • Carbon has a lot to do with it which we have studied a lot individually and also it is in the periodic table which.
  • We have been learning about atoms and all of its components and the arrangement of them.
questions
Questions
  • What is diamond used for?
  • What is stronger a diamond or graphite?
  • True of False: Graphite is used to make sand in the etch-a-sketch boards?