You seem to be confused...a carbon print is a carbon print. It is a positive on paper, often with a raised relief. If the info is on the negative, you can get it in the print -- fairly straight line 'curve'.
So the answer is no...I don't think there is a way to get all that information onto a B&W slide film...unless there is not a whole lot of information to begin with (low contrast scene).
Not without compressing and losing most of the available information. Keeping that information is what carbon printing is all about (IMO).I learned cinema industry print one film to other to control things and beyond the zone system cover above question ?