Carbon By: Matthew – 7.4
Some Helpful Information • Name: Carbon • Symbol : C • Number of Atomic: 6 • Melting point: 3652 °C - 3820 (K) • Boiling point: 4827 °C - 5100 (K) • Is it a metal?: No, it is not a metal.
Discovery of Carbon Date of Discovery: Carbon is known from a Latin word “Carbo” which was discovered during the prehistoric time. Discoverer: There are no discoverer because Carbon are made from natural things.
Descriptions of the Element • Carbon is made and found free in the nature • Carbon are forming with limited applications used • Thousands of Carbon are used in life processses • Carbon has three forms: - amorphous (lampblack), diamond and graphite -It produces a lot of things such as a diamond that can be sold with a high amount of money
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The Bad/Dangers Things • Many of the compounds kill the living cells • Plants and Animals are combine with compounds such as the Carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, etc • The remains of the animals and plants are forming deposits • Some animals and plants are killed
Uses of Carbon • Carbon can form to with limit applications • Thousands of Carbon can be used in the life processes • The Three forms can really helped people and they are worth of money such as the diamond
Interesting Facts • The origin name are ‘Carbon' comes from the Latin word carbo, for charcoal. • Carbon is made from free of nature and has been known since prehistoric time. • Carbon is made in the interiors of stars.
Helpful Information • Crystal Structure: Hexagonal • Density: 2.25 (graphite) • Lattice Structure: Diagonal • Specific Heat (@20°C J/g mol):0.711 • Magnetic Ordering: diamagnetic
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