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Carbon

 

Name: Carbon
Symbol: C
Atomic Number: 6
Atomic Mass: 12.0111
Group: 14
Period: 2
Electron Configuration: 2-4
Solid at STP
Non Metal
 



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what is the atomic mass of carbon?
October 24, 2011

The atomic mass of carbon is 12.0111.  If you click on an element on the interactive periodic table on the homepage it will bring you directly to a page specific for the element.

 

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