All are products of oxidation and other forms of decomposition of organic compounds.
Coal and coke, for example, are used extensively as fuels.
All scientists can do, and all they have done, is test the carbon levels in a few areas of our atmosphere, and everything else is the same.
This already creates a serious problem because all measuring tools require a constant with which to measure anything.
Some of your friends might have full names (long names) and a nickname (short name).
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Chemical substances have names, just like people have names. The following are some guidelines for naming compounds: When numbers are written as “subscripts” in compounds (i.e.
they are written below and to the right of the element symbol), this tells us how many atoms of that element there are in relation to other elements in the compound.
They show promise in a range of applications, including high-tensile-strength materials, unique electronic and energy-storage devices, and safe encapsulation of flammable gases such as hydrogen.
Each of the amorphous forms of carbon has its own specific character, and, hence, each has its own particular applications.