Air is a mixture of many gases, nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide, etc. Carbon is an element that in its purest form forms diamonds. So in the strictest sense there isn’t much comparison. I assume though what you mean by “carbon” is carbon emissions such as carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide. As mentioned above these gases are components of the atmosphere and thus air, so they are of equal density. That said the density of air changes with temperature and barometric pressure, so this is not a constant either. i hope this clarifies things for you some what.
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