Carbon dioxide is a nonpolar molecule true or false?
True. It's structure looks like this: O=C=O
True or false producers release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere during the process of photosynthesis?
True or false at the end of the areobic respiration carbon is the molecule that is responsible for taking the hydrogen ions?
Is this true or false a phospholipid molecule has a nonpolar water-insoluble head attached to a long polar soluble tail?
True or false Carbon dioxide is the only product of the krebs cycle that is not re-used or used in other stages of cellular respiration?
Burning coal produces the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide is this a false statement about the use of coal?
Is it true or false does the increased amounts of oxygen in the atmosphere may be causing global warming to occur at a faster than usual rate?
True or false The compound that joins with a 4-carbon molecule in the krebs cycle is called acetyl-CoA?
The question itself is based on a false assumption. One atom cannot have three other atoms as part of it. When you mention "1 carbon and 3 hydrogen" that's 4 atoms altogether. If it could exist, it would be a molecule. But it can't exist because the valency of carbon is 4, so the molecule would have to be CH4 (methane).