How Many Neutrons Does Carbon Have?

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Carbon (C) has 6 neutrons. It also has 6 protons. carbon is classified as a non-metal. Carbon has a melting point of 3,500.0 degrees C (6,332.0 degrees F) and a boiling point of 4,828.0 degrees C (8,720.6 degrees F).
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6 Protons and Neutrons.
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In its most abundant isotope, carbon has 6 neutrons.
To calculate the number of neutrons in an isotope of any element, use the formula Mass Number - Atomic Number = Number of Neutrons.
Carbon has a total of 6 protons and 6 neutrons in its nucleus. It has 6 electrons in its orbitals, and likes to form 4 other bonds with different atoms. You can find more information here: http://www. chemicalelements. com/elements/c. html
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