Why Is Graphite a Good Conductor of Electricity?

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Graphite is considered a good conductor because it has a high electrical conductivity and it is in general a substance rich in loosely-held free electrons. It is formed from carbon atoms in layers and it is black, shiny and opaque. It is a very slippery material as well and it is used in pencil.
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