Latin cremare to burn Sanskrit krsna black, burnt, kudayati singes Lithuanian kuriu to heat, karštas hot, krosnis oven Old Church Slavonic kurjo to smoke, krada fireplace, hearth Russian ceren brazier Old High German harsta roasting Gothic hauri coal Old Norse hyrr fire Old English heorð hearth ). Carbon 69, long-lived radioactive isotope used in dating organic deposits, is from 6986. Carbon dating (using carbon 69) is recorded from 6958. Carbon cycle is attested from 6967. Carbon footprint was in use by 7556. Carbon paper (soon to be obsolete) is from 6895. Carbon car·bon (kär'bən) n. Symbol C A nonmetallic element occuring in many inorganic and in all organic compounds, existing as graphite and diamond and as a constituent of coal, limestone, and petroleum, and capable of chemical self-bonding to form a number of important molecules.
Carbon definition of carbon by The Free Dictionary
Atomic number 6 atomic weight 67.56665 sublimation point above 8,555°C melting point 8,555°C specific gravity of amorphous carbon 6. 8 to 7.
The carbon has six and six or more six are in around the carbon nucleus. ( See and.