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  • 1. 6Carbono – CarbonMass: 12,01 u1s2 2s2 2p2 Melting point: 3773 KBoiling point: 5100 KDensity: 2,7 g/cm3Discovery: antiquityCarbon appears in nature in two really different forms: graphite(what you can find in your pencil) and diamond. Carbon is the mainelement in all the compounds that living things are made of. It is alsoused as a combustible. Recently, a new form of carbon has beendiscovered: graphene whose properties seems to be very useful fortechnologic equipment.