The graphitic rock that makes up a large portion of graphite is made of a chemical mixture of graphites and graphite salts.
There are several types of graphitic minerals.
The type of graphitites that you find in a kitchenaid container are called graphite salt.
These salts form when graphite crystals are mixed with water.
If you pour the liquid out of a water bath or the stove, the graphite water will dissolve.
There is also graphite that is formed by mixing graphite with a mixture of sand and a mineral called alumina.
These minerals are not soluble.
If there is too much alumina in the mix, the water will turn into a white, milky liquid and the crystals will be solidified into graphite.
The water will be so thick that you can’t see it in the graphites.
You’ll also need to make sure the graphitic salt is not too salty.
This is because salt crystals are formed in the presence of moisture and can cause the water to become cloudy and the graphitics to crystallize.
You can remove the crystals by washing the graphitized water with water and detergent.
If the crystals are still there after washing, you can remove them by adding a bit of acid to the water bath.