Carbon atoms are microscopic, and their length is not affected by what they are composing.
The lifespan of a Carbon atom varies greatly based on which isotopes it contains. C-12 and C-13 do not have a half life and remain stable forever. C-11 has a half life of 20.3 minutes. C-14 has a half life of 5730 years. C-15, the most common isotope in Carbon lasts only 2.3 seconds on average.
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