yes and the best source of carbon is from the back of check books. just get your self some checks eat the paper that is behind the check. also i hear dog crap will help you grow. you have to ingest it though.
i bet in the world you live in every one is a pony, eats rainbows, and craps butterflys.
there is no damn justice in the world.
If you drink bleach straight from the bottle and then go to the hospital they will treat you to a belly full of free carbon.....
Coarse edged youth, the irish pendants string from their smiles
not yet plucked as to slacken the seams
and drag down the features of age,
no folds or creases from unkempt wear
eyes of tranquilty, crystalline-beads
no sign of despair in their hair, nor their hearts
but oh they have yet to be experienced and that makes aging so very worth it...ML circa2012
danny, creatine is the strongest steroid ever. the problem is you are taking it wrong. it gets degraded in the stomach. stop taking it orally. you need to take it rectally to absorb it through the colon and lower intestine. shove the pills up your ass and you will get huge.
Carbon is an element of prehistoric discovery and is widely distributed in nature.
Can exist as black graphite, the colourless gem diamond, or as fullerenes (the most common of which is C60 and was discovered in 1985). Some scientists regard carbon nanotubes and carbynes as additional allotropic forms.
Carbon is found in abundance in the sun, stars, comets and atmospheres of most planets.
Graphite is found naturally in many locations. Diamond is found in the form of microscopic crystals in some meteorites. Natural diamonds are found in the mineral kimberlite, sources of which are in South Africa, Arkansas and elsewhere. Diamonds are now also being recovered from the ocean floor off the Cape of Good Hope.
About 30% of all industrial diamonds used in the United States are made synthetically.
Carbon is found in combination in hydrocarbons (methane gas, oil and coal), and carbonates (limestone and dolomite).
Carbon is unique among the elements in the vast number and variey of compounds it can form. With hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and other elements it forms very large numbers of compounds, carbon atom often being linked to carbon atom.
This ability to form chains is unique to carbon, and is thought to be an important reason for the dependance of life on this element. It is also an indispensable source of such varied everyday products as Nylon and petrol, perfume and plastics, shoe polish, DDT and TNT.
Carbon is the basis of all life as part of the DNA molecule. There are several million known carbon compounds, many thousands of which are vital to organic and life processes.
Carbon is found free in nature in four allotropic forms; amorphous, graphite, diamond and fullerines. Fullerines were first investigated in 1985 with the discovery of Buckminsterfullerene, C60. Graphite is used in lubricants and diamond is one of the hardest known materials. This difference is purely because of the arrangement of atoms in each of the two forms. In graphite, hexagonal rings are joined together to form sheets, and the sheets lie one on top of the other. In diamond, the atoms are arranged tetrahedrally in a vast continuous array.
In 1961 the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry adopted the isotope carbon-12 as the basis for relative atomic masses.
Carbon-14, an isotope with a half-life of 5730 years, has been widely used to date materials such as wood, archeological specimens, etc.
Atomic Number 6
Relative Atomic Mass (12C=12.000) 12.011
Melting Point/K 3820 (diamond)
Boiling Point/K 5100 (sublimes)
Density/kg m-3 3513 (diam.) 2260 (graph.)
Ground State Electron Configuration [He]2s22p2
Electron Affinity(M-M-)/kJ mol-1 -121
Enthalpy of Fusion/kJ mol-1 105.0
Enthalpy of Vaporisation/kJ mol-1 710.9
This concept is rarely used in discussing carbon in its compounds because of subtleties of bonding. However, in single compounds it can be regarded as having oxidation states of C-4, C+2, C+4.
Covalent Bonds /kJ mol-1
C - H 411
C - C 348
C = C 614
C Âº C 839
C = N 615
C Âº N 891
C = O 745
C Âº O 1074
Ionisation Energies/kJ mol-1
M - M+ 1086.2
M+ - M2+ 2352
M2+ - M3+ 4620
M3+ - M4+ 6222
M4+ - M5+ 37827
M5+ - M6+ 47270
Or just eat a nice Pencil......or what Manic said....good deal on carbon AND Magnesium Citrate.