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Carbon<br />Sravya Kaniti<br />Carbonnie<br />September 27, 2010<br />
The Joy of Our Carbonnie, Strenuously Condensed into One Paragraph<br />Our Carbonnie, affectionately called C, is the swe...
Pronunciation<br />Of Carbon<br />
Our Carbonnie!<br />6<br />6<br />6<br />6<br />
Ode to my Carbonniekins<br />Carbonnie, oh Carboonie, how you do vary,<br />From graphite so dull to diamond so merry!<br ...
Carbonnie’s Siblings<br />Si<br />Sn<br />Ge<br />Pb<br />14<br />32<br />50<br />82<br />14<br />32<br />50<br />82<br />...
A picture of Carbonnie!<br />
Carbonnie loves to help people. She is a manufacturer and she produces diamonds to make beautiful things for people and gr...
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  1. 1. Carbon<br />Sravya Kaniti<br />Carbonnie<br />September 27, 2010<br />
  2. 2. The Joy of Our Carbonnie, Strenuously Condensed into One Paragraph<br />Our Carbonnie, affectionately called C, is the sweetest little girl on Earth, the Sun, and various celestial bodies. She is quite old – in fact, she’s prehistoric – and she weighed just 12 amu on birth. She hasn’t grown much; sometimes she’s 13 or 14 amu, but usually it’s only 12. She was 6 atomic numbers high when she was born, and is of the nonmetal descent – a very exotic and rare race. Carbonnie is special enough that she had many, many attending physicians take care of her… one is named Dr. Uhboutevureehyoomentooevurliv, I believe. She is a solid, and she has found a great gas in oxygen, the father of her only inorganic child. Nobody knows where she was born, but she was spotted all over the place during that time. She has a heated personality with a melting point of 3550°C and a boiling point of 3800°C.<br />
  3. 3. Pronunciation<br />Of Carbon<br />
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  5. 5. Our Carbonnie!<br />6<br />6<br />6<br />6<br />
  6. 6. Ode to my Carbonniekins<br />Carbonnie, oh Carboonie, how you do vary,<br />From graphite so dull to diamond so merry!<br />It takes much to heat you, longer than most,<br />For you are a special element, I boast.<br />Your particles are all six, your usual mass twelve,<br />To find you at large, deep must I delve.<br />You’re solid and make up many useful things too,<br />Oh Carbonnie, you nonmetal, what’s life without you?<br />
  7. 7. Carbonnie’s Siblings<br />Si<br />Sn<br />Ge<br />Pb<br />14<br />32<br />50<br />82<br />14<br />32<br />50<br />82<br />14<br />50<br />32<br />82<br />14<br />41<br />69<br />125<br />
  8. 8. A picture of Carbonnie!<br />
  9. 9. Carbonnie loves to help people. She is a manufacturer and she produces diamonds to make beautiful things for people and graphite, plastics, and fossil fuels that are more useful.<br />Career<br />
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