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Carbon Discovered : Known since ancient times. It was first recognized as an element in the second half of the 18 th century. Name : A. L. Lavoisier proposed carbon in 1789 from the Latin carbo meaning "charcoal.
Home Image of the Day Feature Articles News Natural Hazards Global Maps Blogs Search Carbon (C), the fourth most abundant element in the Universe, after hydrogen (H), helium (He), and oxygen (O), is the building block of life.
Carbon-14 is a naturally occurring radioactive isotope of carbon. (An isotope is a different form of an element that has the same number of protons in the nucleus but a different number of neutrons.)
Chemists in a social and historical context 45 Carbon - the element with several identities Teachers' notes Objectives *To know that carbon has three allotropes.
(3) Chlorine + Chlorine (Diatomic Element) (4) Oxygen + Oxygen (Diatomic Element) (5) Carbon + Oxygen (6) Carbon + Hydrogen T. Trimpe 2002 Cl Cl Cl 2 Cl Cl Each chlorine atom needs one more electron to fill the outermost energy level.
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