How does carbon relate to chemistry?
Carbon is found in many different compounds. It is in the food you eat, the clothes you wear, the cosmetics you use, and the gasoline that fuels your car.
Several careers apply an understanding of carbon chemistry, such as doctors, veterinarians, dentists, pharmacologists, chemical engineers, and chemists.
Carbon chemistry plays a part in the development of common household chemicals, foods, plastics, drugs, fuels… really, most of the chemicals that are a part of daily life.