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Carbon has several allotropes or different forms in which it can exist. These allotropes include graphite and diamond, which have very different properties.Despite carbon's ability to make 4 bonds and its presence in many compunds, it is highly unreactive under normal conditions.Carbon exists in 3 main isotopes: 12C, 13C, 14C. 14C is radioactive and used in dating carbon-containing samples (radiometric dating)