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Categories: Reactive nonmetals, Carbon forms, Reducing agents, Carbonate minerals, Polyatomic nonmetals
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carbon  C  atomic number 6  Carbonaceous  Carbon atoms
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Carbon is a chemical element with the symbol C and atomic number 6. Wikipedia
Chemical element with the atomic number of 6 Wikidata
A nonmetallic element with symbol C and atomic number 6 existing in the three crystalline forms: graphite, diamond and buckminsterfullerene: occurring in carbon dioxide, coal, oil and all organic compounds. OmegaWiki
The chemical element (symbol C) with an atomic number of 6. It can be found in pure form for example as graphite, a black, shiny and very soft material, or diamond, a colourless, transparent, crystalline solid and the hardest known material. Wiktionary
Chemical element. Wiktionary (translation)
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