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What Is the Hardest Element?

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The hardest element is diamond. Diamond is a component of carbon in the periodic table. The second hardest element is Corundum. Materials like ceramics are hard but they are more of composite materials rather than elements. .
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carbonwhich in its pure state is diamond.
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