How does increasing the amount of carbon in steel affect it's properties?
The more carbon the harder the steel, but too much carbon gives brittle cast iron instead of steel.
The melting point of steel goes down to a lower temperature when the proportion of carbon is increased. The steel becomes harder and is not as easy to weld as lower-carbon steel.
Yes the amount of carbon is increasing .
Increasing or decreasing the amount of light a plantreceives does affect the speed of the photosynthetic process; however remember that light (or sunlight) is only one of the three variables in the process. The amount of carbon dioxide and water available during photosynthesis also affect the speed and effectiveness of the process.
Climate scientists believe that burning fossil fuel is increasing the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
It is presently increasing.
Your carbon footprint is the amount of carbon dioxide that enters the atmosphere because of the electricity and fuel you use. So the more appliances you use, the bigger your carbon footprint, resulting in the increase of global warming, which affects the environment.
Respiration, breathing, has no effect on the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. This is part of the natural carbon cycle. Burning fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) releases carbon dioxide that has been hidden away for millions of years. This extra gas is increasing in the atmosphere.
It leads to melting of icebergs and eventually floods in the coastal areas.Cutting of trees leads to increasing amount of carbon dioxide and warmer environment.
Yes, increasing the concentration of carbon dioxide will increase the rate of photosynthesis.
Increasing carbon dioxide (a greenhouse gas) in the atmosphere means more heat is captured and global warming increases.
Steel is a mixture of iron with a small amount (typically less than 2%) of carbon. Increasing the amount of carbon makes high-carbon steel, which is harder and stronger, but more brittle.
The physical properties of carbon vary widely with the allotropic form.
the number of its carbon atoms and the arrangement of its atoms
Forest fires increase the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere
increasing the amount of carbon dioxide each year Trees absorb carbon dioxide into their leaves and disperse oxygen so we can breath.
The burning of fossil fuels affects the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere by increasing it.
It is generally accepted that the increasing amount of carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere is the cause of climate change. Many different factors affect the carbon dioxide level, but the burning of fossil fuel (coal, oil, natural gas) seems to be the most important factor.
They decrease the amount of Carbon dioxide & increase the amount of Oxygen.
There is an increasing amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere from the burning of fossil fuels and from deforestation. Burning coal oil and natural gas releases CO2 that had been safely hidden underground for millions of years. Deforestation removes trees that would have absorbed CO2 from the atmosphere.
It's biggest effect is that it encourages algae blooms.
Properties of steel can be influenced by several factors: Composition Increasing the amount of carbon in steel increases its strength and hardness. Carbon in the form of carbides (like Fe-Fe3C), which are hard themselves and act as strengthening agents in steel alloys through dispersion strengthening. Increasing carbon content also has the general affect of lowering the temperature. Looking at the phase diagram is helpful in understanding this effect: iron (Fe) has a higher temperature than… Read More
The Bohr Effect is basically factors that have affected the loading of Oxygen and it means that the amount of Carbon Dioxide is increasing and the amount of PH is decreasing.
It is increasing because of the amount humans are using cars factories etc. which produces billions of tonnes of green house gasses a year
Amount of Carbon Dioxide Temprature (Amount of) light - I think.
Humans affect the carbon cycle through the exhalation of carbon dioxide, the burning of fossil fuels, deforestation and other poor agricultural practices.Burning fossil fuels and deforestation leads to a disruption in the balance of the carbon cycle. The natural amount of carbon dioxide exhaled by humans is utilized in the carbon cycle by vegetation to produce oxygen. When a surplus of fossil fuels are burned, a large amount of carbon dioxide is released into the… Read More
amount of sunlight amount of carbon dioxide amount of water intensity of sunlight temperature and how idk
Volcanoes release two gasses that can affect climate: carbon dioxide, and sulfur dioxide. Carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas that traps heat in the lower atmosphere. Increasing the amount of carbon dioxide in the world can raise global temperatures. Sulfur dioxide will form tiny droplets in the upper atmosphere, reflecting sunlight and causing cooling.
Agriculture affects the global carbon cycle because agricultural practices and land use alter the amount of carbon stored in plant matter and soil, and consequently, the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere.
Carbon dioxide is a naturally occurring greenhouse gas. At present concentrations, it helps maintain global temperatures at a level that is comfortable for humans and other animals that have adapted to the present climate. Increasing the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere can result in global warming, by trapping more heat. This occurs when humans burn fossil fuels, manufacture cement of destroy forests.
Exercise increases the breathing which increases the rate of which carbon dioxide is being disposed of.
Riding a bicycle is carbon neutral, which means it has no carbon footprint. It does not increase the amount of carbon dioxide in the air. Many other human activities, particularly sports and exercise are carbon neutral. But whenever you turn on some electrical gadget or ride in a fossil fueled vehicle you start increasing the carbon dioxide in the air.
what are the 3 properties of carbon?
Inorganic (no Carbon) Organic (Carbon) Physical (properties and changes) Biochemistry (life chemical reactions) Analytical (determines compostition) Theoretical (uses math and computers to predict properties and new compounds) Environmental (how chemicals affect the environment).
It would indirectly affect us by increasing global warming, melting the polar ice caps & flooding the world!
Photosynthesis takes carbon dioxide from the air and fixes it into a carbohydrate ring structure.
Carbon footprint, as defined by Wikipedia is "is "the total set of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions caused by an organization, event or product"  or the amount of carbon dioxide emitted. Less carbon footprint will affect the earth because the earth will be cooler if there is less carbon footprint.
The factors that effect the rate of photosynthesis are: the amount of sunlight, the amount of carbon dioxide, amount of water, intensity of sunlight, and the climate (temperature)
it is increasing the amount of carbon dioxide each year
Forests affect our climate by affecting the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. As forests grow, carbon dioxide is removed from the atmosphere and absorbed into the wood and leaves. Forests absorb, store, and release carbon dioxide which affects the climate worldwide.
Soda loses it's carbination at higher temperatures.
What has happened to the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere since industrialization in the nineteenth century?
The amount of carbodioxide in the air is increasing as a result of industrialization in nineteenth century and thereafter.
One of the most dangerous thing about the carbon di oxide is that it can cause suffocation in humans if in excess amount and result into death also. The increasing amount of cabondioxide in the atmosphere is also a reason for global warming which we all know is a serious problem now.
More people=More demand for Electricity More demand for Electricity=More fossil fuels being burnt More fossil fuels being burnt=More Harmful gases (such as CO2) Also more cars needed etc.
it has no properties
Levels of carbon dioxide would continue to build up in the atmosphere. Animals are part of the carbon cycle. They take in and release carbon dioxide, but they don't affect the overall amount.
The mucus that forms from cystic fibrosis affects the gas exchange in humans. The build up from cystic fibrosis can affect the gas exchange by increasing carbon dioxide and decreasing oxygen.
the rate of photosynthsis increases with increase in the amount of carbon dioxide. this however happens to to a certain maximum level of carbon dioxide beyond which the rate remains constant.
The carbon content of the Earth's atmosphere has been increasing, particularly in the form of carbon dioxide (CO2) but also in the form of methane (CH4) which will eventually burn and become more carbon dioxide. And, the carbon content of the ocean is also increasing since carbon dioxide has been dissolving in the ocean.
The amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has stayed the same for thousands of years, but in the past 200 years we have been burning fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas). This releases carbon dioxide that has been sequestered underground for 300 million years, so the levels of this greenhouse gas in the atmosphere are increasing.
It causes the amount of carbon dioxide to increase in your blood since you are less able to remove it from your lungs. The amount will be higher that outside the bag and you will be rebreathing what you need to remove from your body.