Jack Kruf

006. Carbon

    • Within the Periodic Table Carbon is a chemical element with symbol 'C' and atomic number 6. Carbon is the fourth most abundant element in the universe by mass afterhydrogen,helium, andoxygen. Carbon's diversity enables this element to serve as a common element ofall known life. The name derives from the Latin carbo meaning "coal" or "charcoal". Carbon was discovered in prehistory and was known in the forms of soot and charcoal to the earliest human civilizations. in 1772, Antoine Lavoisier showed that diamonds are a form of carbon.
    • Displayed are symbol, name, atomic number (above left) and atomic weight.
    • Overall size 30x30 cm, image 18,5*18,5 cm. Hahnemühle German Etching. Passe-partout card natural white.
    • High quality frame, 9 mm in sight, 16 mm deep, aluminium with solid riveted connections in the corners, black. Integrated 3-point hanging system.
    • Highest quality SCHOTT MIROGARD ® anti-reflective, completely transparent, ultra lightweight museum glass.
    • This product shows the element in a classic style with typeface Times New Roman. The symbol has the Pantone® colour Greenery, referring to the non-metal group to which the element belongs.
    • Ships within 10 working days after order.