Carbon

Carbon can be converted from inorganic to organic form by a variety of microorganisms and by plants. It then is transformed, by anabolic and catabolic processes (Section 5.4), to

TABLE 13.1 Common Oxidation States of Some Biologically Important Elements

Atomic Atomic

TABLE 13.1 Common Oxidation States of Some Biologically Important Elements

Atomic Atomic

Element

Symbol

Number

Weight

Common Oxidation States

Aluminum

Al

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