What is the difference between a carbon atom and a uranium atom?
one is carbon atom and the other is a uranium atom. simple.
The usual Carbon-12 is not radioactive. Uranium is radioactive. Radioactive means that the atom splits and spits out some energy or matter (with matter, the atom changes to another atom). Luckily, all the atoms don't split at once.
How is the carbon atom different from the helium atom?
The atom of carbon-12 has 6 neutrons and the atom of carbon-14 has 8 neutrons.
The difference between them is that carbon dioxide contains one molecule of carbon and two molecules of oxygen, carbon monoxide contains only one atom of oxygen to each atom of carbon.
di=2 mono=1 CO2 (carbon dioxide) is a carbon atom with two oxygen atoms CO (carbon monoxide) is a carbon atom with one oxygen atom
You need to restate your question as you have asked the difference between something and itself.
Butane has bonds between carbon atoms. Carbon dioxide hasn't bonds between carbon atoms.
The typical uranium atom is 238 times heavier than the typical hydrogen atom, although it should be noted that there are more than one isotope of both of these elements, so some variation in weight does exist. But uranium is tremendously heavier than hydrogen, for all isotopes.
An oxygen atom has 8 of each neutrons, electrons, and protons. While a carbon atom has only 6 of each. I had the same problem! So i hope this helped :)
Carbon dioxide is CO2 consisting of one carbon atom and two oxygen atoms. It is a natural product of combustion and respiration. Carbon monoxide is CO, consisting of one carbon atom and one oxygen atom. It can form as a result of combustion and it is a deadly toxin.
They are all forms of carbon. The only difference between them is the structural placement of the carbon atom. Both graphite and diamond are forms of pure carbon.
The difference between a regular atom and an isotope is the number of neutrons in the nucleus. For example, Carbon-12 and Carbon-14 have the same number of protons, but the isotope has two extra neutrons. (The number following the hyphen '-' is the amount of protons plus neutrons in the nucleus.)
- the atomic number of carbon is 6 and the atomic number of uranium is 92 - carbon has 2 stable isotopes; uranium has only unstable, radioactive isotopes - uranium has fissile or fertile isotopes; carbon hasn't - the electron configuration is very different - the atomic radii are very different - the atomic weights are very different etc.
Covalent bond exists between a carbon atom and a chlorine atom.
Propyl acetate has one more carbon atom.
In organic chlorine compounds, chlorine atom is attached to a carbon. In inorganic, it will generally be bonded to non-carbon atoms.
The ratio is greater than 1/1 000 000.
No. All Uranium isotopes are called Uranium because they have 92 protons. The different isotopes (233, 235, 238, etc) all have 92 protons but have different numbers of neutrons in the nucleus. The chemical characteristics of an atom are determined by the number of protons in the nucleus which controls the number of electrons it takes to balance the atom and thus the chemical valence of the atom. When you get down to it, that… Read More
Uranium 235 has 92 neutrons and uranium 238 has 95 neutrons.
Covalent. The elctronegativity (the ability of an atom to attract electrons) difference between Hydrogen and Carbon is not enough that carbon will completely strip an electron from the hydrogen. Instead, the Carbon pulls on the shared electron just a little bit more than the hydrgen does, creating a covalent bond between them.
The kind of bond made between a carbon and hydrogen atom is a covalent bond.
Carbon Monoxide is actually 1 carbon atom with 1 oxygen atom (hence the mono in front of the oxide as mono means one). Carbon Dioxide is 1 carbon atom with 2 oxygen atoms (hence the di in front of the oxide as di means two). The next substance in that order is Carbon Trioxide which is 1 carbon atom with 3 oxygen atoms (hence the tri because tri means three).....etc...
The presence of an extra carbon atom (in ethane) as well as two more hydrogen atoms.
they determine the difference between the elements like a hydrogen atom has 1 electron and carbon has 6
The difference between an alloy and an element is all in their atomic structure. In an element, there is only one type of metal/gas. For example, Iron is an element. It has only one type of atom in it: o = Iron atom oooooooooo oooooooooo oooooooooo However, an alloy has multiple types. For example: Steel is one of the alloys of carbon, it's structure is something like: o = Iron atom x = Carbon atom… Read More
Bear in mind that there is a considerable difference between the size of a hydrogen atom and a uranium atom. Atoms are not all the same size. But in general they are in the one to five angstrom range (an angstrom being a tenth of a nanometer; a nanometer being a billionth (10^-9) of a meter).
An element is a substance that contains only one type of atom (e.i. Carbon). A compound is a substance that is constructed of multiple types of atom (i.e. water [H2O]).
There are many differences between a hydrogen atom and a carbon atom. Most importantly, the number of protons and electrons within the atom. This is what gives atom's their characteristics. Hydrogen is a gas at room temperature, while carbon is a solid at room temperature.
Isopropyl alcohol is C3H8O, consisting of a 3-carbon chain. The middle carbon atom is bound to the OH group and 1 hydrogen atom while the other 2 are each bound to the middle carbon and 3 hydrogen atoms. Methyl alcohol is CH4O, consisting of a single carbon atom bound to 3 hydrogen atoms and an OH group.
Ethyl alcohol is C2H6O, consisting of a two carbon atoms bound together as well as a number of hydrogen atoms. One of them bound to an OH group. Isopropyl alcohol is C3H8O consisting of a 3-carbon chain, with each carbon atom bound to at least 1 hydrogen atom. The middle carbon atom is bound to the OH group.
the difference between an atom and a compound is that different atoms make up a compound
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In biphosphate, two molecules of phosphate are attached through each other to the SAME CARBON atom. Difficult to find this kind of molecule. Whereas, in bisphophate, two molecules of phosphate group are linked at two DIFFERENT CARBON atom. ex: Fructose 1,6-bisphosphate, where at C1 and C6, each Carbon atom bonded to it.
Mono, of Carbon Monoxide is the prefix for one. Which means there is only one molecule of oxygene. Di, of Carbon Dioxide is the prefix for two. Which means there is two molecules of oxygene found in that partiular atom.
A carbon atom has 2 energy levels,hydrogen atom has only 1 energy level. Carbon atom has 4 valence electrons ,hydrogen atom has 1 valence electron. Carbon has 6 electrons, hydrogen has 1 electron.
This question needs revised. Between what atoms and carbon?
92. All isotopes of Uranium have 92 protons. The number of protons in each element is represented by the atomic number of that element. Uranium is atomic # 92, so it will always have 92 protons. The difference in atomic mass (that's the 234 here) is due to difference in number of neutrons. Atomic mass is calculated (#of protons + # of neutrons), so Uranium-234 has 92 protons and 142 neutrons. Uranium-235 would have 92… Read More
What type of bond is formed when there are 4 separate covalent bonds between a carbon atom and another atom?
Oxygen gas is composed of two oxygen atoms chemically linked together. Carbon dioxide is composed of one carbon atom and two oxygen atoms chemically linked together. The carbon is oxydized to a 4+ state.
hydrogen (represented by H) is an element, whereas methane is a compound that consists of one atom of carbon and four atoms of hydrogen.
The Vander Waal diameter is 284 pm (= 284 trillionths of a metre).
Uranium atom has seven electron shells.
How is the structure of an atom of uranium 235 different from the structure of an atom of uranium 238?
Uranium-235 has 143 neutrons and uranium-238 has 146 neutrons.
Uranium-235 has 143 neutrons and uranium-238 has 146 neutrons.
The answer is that it is neutrons that account for the difference between atomic weight and atomic number. The atomic number is the number of protons or the number of electrons in the atom, since they are normally equal. The atomic weight is the sum of the total number of protons, electrons AND neutrons in the atom. Knowing both the atomic number and the atomic weight of an atom lets you know the number of… Read More
The difference between a saturated and unsaturated fatty acid are the number of hydrogen atoms and double carbon bonds in the fatty acid chain. A saturated fatty acid has no carbon double bonds, two hydrogen atoms for each carbon atom along the chain and three for the carbon atom at each end. In an unsaturated fatty acid chain some of the hydrogen atoms are replaced by a double bond between neighboring carbon atoms. Mon-unsaturated and… Read More
Carbonium is synonym to carbocation = carbon atom in a compound that has lost a single electron and therefore bears a positive charge (+1). Carbanion in the other hand is a carbon atom in a compound that has gained an electron and therefore bears a negative charge (-1)
Uranium-235 and uranium-238 has 92 protons and 92 electrons; but uranium-235 has 143 neutrons and uranium-238 has 146 neutrons.
Covalent. There is not a sufficient difference in electronegativity for carbon to completely pull the electrons away from hydrogen.
Helium will not react with carbon as helium is chemically inert.