If a chemical reaction such as photosynthesis begins with 6 atoms of carbon (C), how many atoms of carbon (C) should be in the products?
A) 2 atoms of carbon (C)
B) 3 atoms of carbon (C)
C) 6 atoms of carbon (C)****
D) 12 atoms of carbon (C)
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