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Coal vs Coke   Coal and coke are common fuels used for household and industrial combustion purposes. Both are present in the natural environment. However, coke is produced by man for the excessive usage. Coal Coal is a fossil fuel similar to natural gas and oil, which is in a solid rock form. Coal is formed... 
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Charcoal vs Coal   Charcoal consists of the element carbon. Carbonic compounds are abundant in plants, animals and other living organisms. Therefore, as they die, these carbonic compounds are ultimately converted to other carbonic compounds. Charcoal and coal are two such products. Charcoal When water and... 
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Anthracite Coal vs Bituminous Coal Coal is a fossil fuel similar to natural gas and oil, which is in a solid rock form. Coal is formed by collecting plant debris in swamps. The process takes thousands of years. When plant materials collect on swamps, they degrade extremely slowly. Normally swamp water does not... 
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Anthracite vs Coal Earth has enough and more natural resources with numerous usages to human beings. However, some of these resources like petroleum, coal, natural gases, and some minerals are highly precious due to their lack of presence and long regeneration time. Therefore, sustainable usage and maintenance... 
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Igneous Rocks vs Sedimentary Rocks Rocks in the earth’s crust can be broadly categorized in to three types. Those major rocks types are igneous rocks, sedimentary rocks, and metamorphic rocks. Geologist made this classification based on the geological process, which formed the given rocks. Igneous rocks are... 
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Metamorphic Rocks vs Sedimentary Rocks Rocks in the earth’s crust can be broadly categorized in to three types. Those major rocks types are igneous rocks, sedimentary rocks, and metamorphic rocks. Geologist made this classification based on the geological process, which formed the given rocks. Igneous rocks are... 
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Silicon vs Carbon Carbon and silicon, both are in the same group (group 14) of the periodic table. Hence, they have four electrons in the outer energy level. They occur in two oxidation states, +2 and +4. And both exist as giant molecular lattices. Carbon Carbon is everywhere. There are millions of compounds,... 
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Coal vs Gold When you think of coal, what is that you visualize? A black, dirty mineral that you wouldn’t even like to hold in your hands, isn’t it? On the other hand, one gets excited by just thinking about gold, one of the most valuable elements on the face of our planet that has traditionally been used... 
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Wind Power vs Solar Power Wind Power and Solar Power are natural sources of energy. Worried over the rapid rate of depletion of non renewable sources of energy such as coal and petroleum, mankind has been looking towards renewable and constant sources of energy. Another cause of worry is global warming and pollution... 
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