A covalent bond due to the fact that they are both non-metals
The kind of bond made between a carbon and hydrogen atom is a covalent bond.
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.
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.
Hydrogen (H) consists of one hydrogen atom (H), and is an element; carbon dioxide (CO2) consists of one carbon atom (C), and two oxygen atoms (O2), and is a compound.
Yes, carbon atoms are larger than hydrogen atoms.
Carbon 4Hydrogen 1
A hydrocarbon is a molecule, not an atom. Hydrocarbons contain carbon and hydrogen. Carbohydrates contain carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen.
No. They do not have same mass. Mass of carbon atom is 12 times that of hydrogen atom and mass of oxygen is 16 times that of hydrogen atom.
One similarity between Hydrogen and carbon dioxide is that their atom structure is similar, for example protons, neutrons and electrons, in which both substances have.
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 difference between a hydrogen atom and atomic hydrogen is that the "hydrogen atom" represents one atom of the chemical element hydrogen. Atomic hydrogen are isolated hydrogen atoms.
When the models are not shown a person will not be able to know if there are any hydrogen atoms between them. If the models are shown a person will be able to know the answer.
Each carbon atom in methane is bonded to four hydrogen atoms.
A carbon atom is about 1.5 times as big as a hydrogen atom.You'd need to be more specific about what you mean by "a carbon molecule". Carbon molecules can be enormous.
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.
A single (nonpolar) covalent joins the carbon atom to each of the hydrogen atoms.
Yes this is a covalent bond. The hydrogren atom is sharing its one electron with one of the four electrons of the carbon atom, thus making it a covalent bond.
carbon is the heaviest
The bond between oxygen and hydrogen in the same molecule is a covalent bond. The bond between a hydrogen atom and oxygen atom in different molecules is a hydrogen bond.
O atom number 8 for oxygen, C atom number 6 for carbon, H atom number 1 for hydrogen.
Its impossible. The carbon and hydrogen are 2 different elements, they are 2 different atoms.If hydrogen atoms connect that's going to become a hydrogen molecule.And carbon is an atom, not a molecule.
1 atom of carbon, 1 atom of hydrogen, and 3 atoms of oxygen C=carbon H=hydrogen O3= oxygen
there are four covalent bonds between carbon and hydrogen in methane (CH4).
A carbon atom has four unpaired valence electrons, each of which is available for bonding with a hydrogen atom (as well as other elements). By the sharing of electrons the carbon and hydrogen atoms effectively achieve noble gas configurations.
Carbon (C) and Hydrogen (H) (one atom of carbon and four atoms of hydrogen)