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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Carbon Carbon is a chemical element with symbol C and atomic number 6. Carbon is not malleable or ductile. It is a good conductor of electricity in graphite form. Carbon is a non metal. Carbon, as graphite, burns to form gaseous carbon. Carbon, either as graphite or diamond does not react with water under normal conditions.Carbon does not react withhydrochloric acid (hcl) orCopper(ll) chloride (CuCl2).Carbon is in period 2. Thatmeans that carbon has twoshells. Carbons atomic mass is 12.011.Carbon is in group 14 Carbon relationships Carbon is in group 14 and is a non-metal.Carbon is in period 2.All elements in the sameperiod as carbon have thesame number of shells.An example of theseelements are Boron, Beryllium and Lithium.Carbon is in group 14 withelements, Silicon, Germanium,Tin, Lead, and Flerovium. Theseelements all have the same reactivity because they areall in the same family. They alsoall have the same number of valenceelectrons. double click to change this header text! Carbon bohr model discovery Carbon has been known since ancient times in the form of soot, charcoal, graphite and diamonds.French scientist Antoine Lavoisier named carbon and he carried out a variety of experiments to reveal its nature.n 1855, English chemist Benjamin Brodie produced pure graphite from carbon, proving graphite was a form of carbon.. Every living thing on earth is made out ofcarbon. We breathout carbon dioxidewhich carbon is inand our trees andplants need it to survive. If we did nothave this elementnothing would be living on earth. Weneed carbon in everyday life. Connection to world Benefits and detriments This goes along with the lastparagraph. Without carbonall living things would be dead. We are all madeout of carbon. Also, carbon is in carbon dioxide and without carbon dioxide we would all be dead along with plants and animals.On the other hand, highlevels on CO2 candeplete the ozonelayer. Without the ozonelayer the sun would burneverything and we wouldall die. 5 interesting details Graphite is a form ofcarbon. Carbon is inour pencils today.Carbon forms a large number of compounds, morethan any other element. Carbonis referred to as thebuilding block of life. The properties of diamond and graphite are very different, diamondis transparent andvery hard, graphite is black and soft.Charcoal is commonly used for grilling food on barbecues. Charcoal is a form of carbon.
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