carbon englannista suomeksi
(senseid) The chemical element (''symbol'' C) with an number of 6. It can be found in pure form for example as graphite, a black, shiny and very soft material, or diamond, a colourless, transparent, crystalline solid and the hardest known material. Category:en:Carbon
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An atom of this element, in reference to a molecule containing it.
A sheet of paper.
(quote-book)|title=(w)|publisher=Penguin|year_published=2011|page=51|passage=He stepped back and opened his bag and took out a printed pad of D.O.A. forms and began to write over a carbon.
1892, ''English Mechanic and World of Science'' (page 444)
- To trim an arc lamp, first remove the old carbons and ''carefully'' and ''thoroughly'' wipe the carbon rods, holders, &c. with a ''clean, dry'' rag.