What stone can withstand heat?

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Natural stones with high energy density and excellent thermal conductivity are soapstone (by far the best) and marble. These are perhaps the best stones for absorbing large amounts of heat quickly. Some types of granite can be good heat conductors, but are not great at storing heat.

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