Caption: Sample of the element carbon (C) in its diamond form rotating in a watch glass. Carbon has the atomic number six, and is a non-metal that exists as several allotropes, including graphite and amorphous carbon as well as diamond. Diamond is the hardest naturally-occuring material known, and is widely used as a gemstone and as an abrasive.

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