Which allotrope of the non-metal Carbon conducts electricity?
The non-metals are elements that are seen in the rightmost part of the periodic table. They are brittle and cannot be flattened to sheets. They are usually bad conductors of electricity.
The different physical forms of an element are called allotropes. Some elements in the periodic table exhibit this allortropy. For example, the allotropes of carbon are diamond, graphite, and fullerenes.
One of the allotropes of carbon that is a good conductor of electricity is graphite.