Graphite is considered to be the most stable form.
no. helium is chemically inert and will not form bond with any element (including carbon)
Carbon monoxide is not an inert gas.
0.01% of carbon monoxide is present on inert gas
The most reactive form of carbon is charcoal.
Most of the Earth's carbon is located in the atmosphere. It is in the form of carbon dioxide
carbon is chemically active
Carbon is an active element in Group 14. There are only a handful of elements that are inert, and they are located in Group 18.
The most common form of answer is Carbon-die-oxide and Carbon-mon-oxide.
Carbon is a non metalic solid.
Most CO2 (carbon dioxide) is in the form of a gas in room temperature.
Carbon is released in the form of gas, as Carbon Dioxide, CO2, into the atmosphere
Argon is chemically inert. It doesn't react with carbon.
No. Carbon dioxide will readily undergo chemical reactions.
Carbon in the atmosphere is most often in the form of carbon dioxide.
Most of the carbon in the atmosphere is in the form of carbon dioxide, (CO2) gas.
In the atmosphere, in the form of carbon dioxide
The bonds that carbon form are the most important charicteristic.
Carbonic acid is the chemical form that most carbon dioxide travels in the blood.
Covalent Bond. Chemically Active. The only elements that are inert are group 18, or 8A.
Carbon forms covalent bonds in most types of atoms in most cases.
Atmosphere. In the form of Carbon Dioxide :D