symbol C and atomic number 6
Crimes - 1. Combining with oxygen and forming Carbon monoxide (CO) and poisoning people and animals. 2. Causing damage to heart and lungs (carbon black) and 3. Mixing with other elements and forming toxic cyanide.
Today, It is used for fuel, to make plastics and alloys and to make black ink for printers and painting. These are just a few examples.
Living things need carbon to live, grow and reproduce.
Chemical Symbol C
It is from the Latin word "carbo" which means charcoal
Historical names are diamond and graphite
Also known as "ice" or "bling"
Carbon is black. Atomic Mass: 12.0107 amu. Atomic Number: 6. Carbon is a non-metal. It is solid at room temperature.
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Carbon often mixes with oxygen, hydrogen, and flourine. When the air or oxygen supply is restricted, incomplete combustion to carbon monoxide, CO, occurs. 2C(s) + O2(g) → 2CO(g)