Carbon (graphite) is used in numerous industries including the electric, education, and heating industries. From pencils to electronics, Carbon (graphite) is a great and unique metal for many different industry needs.
View more details on carbon's Safety Data Sheet.
Atomic Number: 6
Relative Atomic Weight: 12.011
Density: 3.513 (diamond); 2.2 (graphite)
Melting Point: Sublimes at 3825°C, 6917°F, 4098 K
Boiling Point: Sublimes at 3825°C, 6917°F, 4098 K
Thermal Conductivity: 2.37 W/cm/K @ 298.2 K
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