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Carbon is a an element with an atomic number of 6. Based on this information, which of the following statements is true?
A. Carbon can be broken down into simpler component substances.
B. Each carbon atom will always have 6 protons.
C. Each carbon atom will always have 6 neutrons.
D. Each carbon atom will always have 3 electrons.
E. Protons+Electrons=6

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