The melting point of carbon is 6,332 degrees Fahrenheit. Carbon has the symbol C and the atomic number of 6. The element gets its name from the Latin word "carbo," which means coal.
Carbon is produced by burning with a lack of oxygen, and it can be used in filters and in steel production. It is a non-metal element and can be black in appearance. Its crystal structure is hexagona, and it has an atomic mass of 12.
The boiling point of carbon is 8,720.6 degrees Fahrenheit. There are six protons and six neutrons that make up an atom of carbon.