Why Carbon 12 is Taken as Standard || Why Carbon is Important

Carbon is a non-metallic element located in Group IVA of the second cycle of the Periodic Table of the Elements. Latin is Carbonium, which means “ coal, charcoal”. Carbon 12 is a very common element that is found in many forms in the atmosphere and in the earth’s crust and living things.

The carbon element has been recognized and utilized very early, and a series of carbon compounds, organic matter, are the foundation of life. Carbon is one of the components of pig iron, wrought iron, and steel. Carbon can chemically…

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