What does banana have that it can be used as charcoal?

>> because banana have potassium and charcoal have carbon.. Those 2 are different.. i wonder what is the catastrophe that leads banana to charcoal briquettes.

Answer:
Banana of course have carbon. Any organic material must contain carbon. yes! banana have potassium in it but that does not mean that it does not contain carbon.
Bananas are mostly carbohydrates, a compound of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. Charcoal, was once wood, or cellulose and lignin, which also is a compound of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen.

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