CO is carbon monoxide and CO2 IS carbon dioxide
co + o2 = co2
CO2 + C ---> 2 CO Sid
Both CO2 (carbon dioxide) and CO (carbon monoxide) are toxic. However CO is more toxic.
Capitalization matters when it comes to chemical formulas Co is the element cobalt. CO is the compound carbon monoxide. Co2 doesn't exist CO2 is the compound carbon dioxide
3Fe2O3 + C =2Fe3O4 + CO Fe304 + C = 3Fe0 + CO FeO + C = Fe + CO 3Fe2O3 + CO = 2Fe3O4 + CO2 Fe3O4 + CO =3 FeO + CO2 FeO + CO = Fe + CO2 and C + CO2 = 2CO In this ways iron oxide get reduced to iron which is called sponge iron.
CO dissolves in Ammoniacal Cuprouys chloride solution.Hence when a mixture is passed through the above CO is absorbed,&CO2 passes through.
CO2- carbon dioxide. CO- carbon monoxide. CH4- methane.
This reaction is: 2 CO2 = 2 CO + O2
No. CO stands for carbon monoxide and CO2 stands for carbon dioxide. CO has one carbon and one oxygen. CO2 has one carbon and two oxygens.
The reaction is: C + CO2 ↔ 2 CO Carbon and carbon dioxide are the reactants and carbon monoxide is the product.
CO2 (carbon dioxide)
the charge of cobalt, or Co is Co2+
CO is the symbol for Carbon Monoxide (and yes, both letters ARE capitalized). CO2 is the chemical symbol for Carbon Dioxide.
Combustion of carbon monoxide, CO, will result in carbon dioxide, CO2, by the formula: 2 CO(g) + O2(g) -> 2 CO2(g)
CO2 + C --------> 2CO
No, carbon monoxide is CO. CO2 is carbon dioxide.
Co2 would be a diatomic molecule of cobalt (Co), but since cobalt is a metal it does not form molecules and is simply Co. CO2 is not an element but a compound of the two elements carbon and oxygen. It is carbon dioxide.
3c + 2o2 ==> 2co + co2
well translate that into the formulas and you have Fe2O3 + CO -> Fe + CO2 two irons on left, one iron on right. so balance the irons Fe2O3 + CO -> 2 Fe + CO2 now... balance the O.. you have 4 O on the left and 2 on the right Fe2O3 + CO -> 2 Fe + 2 CO2 but the carbons arent balanced... sooo make CO and CO2 both 3 Fe2O3 +… Read More
C6H14 + 3O2 -> CO2 + CO + 4C + 3H2O You're wrong... it's: C6H14 + 5O2 -> CO2 + CO + 4C + 7H2O
Not by itself. However, it can combine with oxygen to form CO2. Hot CO will also react with water vapor to form CO2 and hydrogen. This is called the "water gas shift reaction."
CO dissolves in Ammoniacal Cuprouys chloride solution.Hence when a mixture is passed through the above CO is absorbed,&CO2 passes through. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you_obtain_CO_from_mixture_of_CO_and_CO2#ixzz2HN0gDuKL
CO2 is carbon dioxide.
bcoz in inorganic compounds with "carbon", "hydrogen" is also required which is absent in CO2 , CO, CO3 carbide etc.
The correct answer is co2+c= 2co
Largest bond order: CO CO2 CO32- H3COH Lowest bond order apex answers
If you mean Co(II) or Co2+, its electron configuration is 1s22s22p63s23p63d7.
the chemical equation CO2 C--CO.it is balANCEd by : there are 2 carbons on reactants and 2 atoms of oxygen by putting 2 as coeffecient on product side,equationis balanced. CO2 + C --------> 2CO
Yes. Carbon Monoxide (CO) has one molecule of Oxygen less than Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and hence, it will try to absorb oxygen from the surrounding air (where it is released) and get converted to CO2. This way it robs the surrounding air of Oxygen which in turn can suffocate people. When inhaled too, CO has similar effects inside our lungs and hence it is more toxic than CO2
no, CO2 does
CO CO2 H2O CH3OH
carbon already oxidised to maximum . reaction possible with CO+O2=CO2
2CO + O2 --> 2CO2
The reaction below has reached equilibrium What will be the effect of removing H2O from this system?
CO2(g) + H2(g) CO(g) + H2O(g)-CO and H2O will form as CO2 and H2 are consumed.
There isn't a lot of CO, but there is a lot of CO2 (carbon dioxide).
Keq = (H2O) (CO) / (H2) (CO2)
CO, CO2, SO2 among others
CO, CO2, NOx, SOx
CO, CO2, HC gases.
The oxides of carbon are CO and CO2.
We can produce Carbon dioxide(CO2) by = Treating Carbonates or Bicarbonates with acids: (CO3-2 or HCO3-) + H+ ----> H2O + CO2 Burning Carbon (with sufficient Oxygen): C + O2 ----> CO2 Burning Hydrocarbons: CxHy + O2 ----> CO2 + H2O Burning Carbohydrates: Cm(H2O)n + O2 ----> H2O + CO2 Decomposing Carbonates or bicarbonates by heat: HCO3- ----> H2O + CO2 + CO3-2 CO3-2 ----> CO2 + O2- Burning Alcohols, Ketones or Aldehydes : ROH… Read More
Reacting an acid with any carbonate would produce water and CO or CO2
Assuming that the question is wrongly capitalized and should have read, "Why does CO burn and CO2 doesn't?", a simple answer is that in CO, only two of a carbon atoms four valence electrons are shared, while in CO2, all four of carbon's valence electrons are shared. A deeper answer would involve quantum calculations and thermodynamic free energy considerations.
It is almost balanced, except for 2 moles of CO, so here it is: CO2 + C --> 2 CO
Normal CO2 in the blood is the same as Normal PH. Ph is 7.35-7.45 CO2 is 35-45
Manufacture of ammonia requires H2 & N2 in 3:1 ratio. To have H2 from hydrocarbon (mainly Natural Gas) steam reforming of NG is carried out which gives CO2 + CO in the product. This CO is converted in to CO2 in Shift Conveters (High & Low Temp. Shift Converters) & removed in the CO2 removal system. CO can not be removed from the gas in CO2 removal. So, shift conveters required in ammonia manufacture.
No. CO is carbon dioxide as a chemical formula, Co is cobalt as a symbol. Carbon Dioxide is CO2 . CO is carbonmonoxide , a tasteless , odorless, POISONOUS gas.