Atomic number for carbon?
Carbon is a non metal. atomic number of C is 6.
No. They have different masses, but the same atomic number. Carbon-12 has a mass number of 12 and atomic number of 6, and carbon-14 has a mass number of 14 and atomic number of 6. The difference in mass number is due to different numbers of neutrons. Carbon-12 atoms have 6 neutrons and carbon-14 atoms have 8 neutrons.
No. A carbon atom has both an atomic number and an atomic mass. All carbon atoms have an atomic number of 6. The most common carbon atom has an atomic mass of 12. See the Related Questions for more information about carbon, isotopes and atomic number and atomic mass. Go to Answers.com and punch in "carbon isotopes" and it will show you various isotopes and the atomic mass (u) associated with each (shown as isotopic…
The atomic number of carbon (C) is 6. The atomic weight of C is 12.011 grams per mole. The atomic number of an element is the number of protons in the element. Carbon has 6 protons and therefore has an atomic number of 6 (See the Related Links below this answer for a periodic table with more information about this element)
The isotope number and the atomic number can be used to calculate the number of neutrons. Consider carbon-14. The atomic number for carbon is 6 (i.e., the number of protons is 6). The isotope number of carbon-14 (i.e., 14 = protons + neutrons). Subtract the atomic number from the isotope number calculate the number of neutrons (8 for carbon-14).
Boron is one block to the left of carbon in the periodic table the atomic number of carbon is 6 the atomic number of boron is?
What is the nuclear symbol and the hyphen notation for a carbon isotope with a mass number of 14 and atomic number of 6?
Note that since all carbon isotopes have an atomic number of 6, it is not necessary to state the atomic number; the fact that it is carbon means that it has the atomic number 6. So the isotope with a mass number of 14 is called carbon 14. As a symbol, it is C with a superscript 14 (which I am not able to type).