What does C mean in total charge?


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2011-08-02 12:16:28
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C means co efficient

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If you mean a boron nucleus, the charge is +5.

It means that the total charge in a closed system doesn't change.

Not "change", but "charge". Conservation of charge means that the total charge in a closed system can't change.

Total charge means the ability about matter charge.

formal charges. formal charge of each C is 4-2-(6/2)=4-2-3=-1. so the total charge is -2

O has a charge of -2 and CO has a charge of 0 therefore C has a 2+ charge in CO

That means that in a closed system, the total amount of electrical charge won't change over time.

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Carbon has +4 charge on it.Each Hydrogen got -1 charge.

No, c stands for the speed of light. The elementary charge is q.

The "C" stands for Coulombs. It is the standard unit of electric charge. It is the amount of charge transported by one amp in one second.

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