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On earth oceans are the largest reserves of carbon, after oceans forests are the second largest reserves.

● Carbon can be found in its combined form as gas, CO2.


● Elemental state of carbon is in form of compounds like diamond and graphite.


● All life supporting molecules like, proteins, fats, nucleic acids etc. are made of carbon.


● Process of photosynthesis i.e. formation of complex sugars from carbon di oxide and water in the presence of sunlight cannot be completed without carbon.


● Carbon is present in soil as minerals, it forms the exoskeleton of a number of organisms.


● Carbonates, coral reefs, animal shells everything inside oceans consists carbon.


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