Since Carbon and Oxygen are both nonmetals, a bond between them would be a covalent bond.
The three most common atoms in the body would be carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. By atoms: hydrogen, oxygen, and carbon By mass: oxygen, carbon, hydrogen
Twelve. Glucose is C6H12O6, so two molecules of glucose would give you: 12 carbon atoms 24 hydrogen atoms 12 oxygen atoms The 12 molecules of oxygen would give 24 oxygen atoms, for 48 total atoms of oxygen. So...each carbon atom would take two oxygen atoms to give 12 molecules of carbon dioxide, and each remaining oxygen atom would take two hydrogen atoms to give 12 molecules of water.
A simple example of the combining of carbon and oxygen would be the burning of coal.
If they are not chemically bonded to one another in a compound such as carbon monoxide or carbon dioxide, no, it would just be a mixture.
Due to their electronegativity the bonding would be covalent, or polar covalent.
Just 1 carbon and 1 oxygen would make Carbon Monoxide (CO).
6 Carbon atoms, 12 Hydrogen atoms, 6 Oxygen atoms. That would be glucose.
No carbon atoms are present in H2O; if there were a carbon atom in it, the formula would have to include the atomic symbol for carbon, C.
If you are referring to Carbon monoxide, "CO" would have two atoms- one for carbon and one for oxygen because there are no subscripts or coefficients.
No. It would be a compound made up of atoms of Carbon, Hydrogen and Oxygen. A total of 29 atoms.
Not in it, but bonded to it. In this case, you have carbon monoxide. Add another oxygen molecule and you have carbon dioxide. No, a molecule of Oygen would have the formula O2, and it contains two atoms of Oygen. If Carbon was also present then it would not be a molecule of Oxygen. It would be either Carbon monoxide (CO) or Carbon dioxide (CO2).
Carbon - 6 Hydrogen - 12 Oxygen - 6 . If it was CHO12, Carbon would only be 1, also would be Hydrogen, but as for Oxygen, it would have 12, because the 12 is right next to it. I hope that helped you with this (:
Such a substance would be CO2. This is carbon dioxide. CO would be carbon monoxide
The result would be the compound CO2 (Carbon Dioxide).
There is no carbon in water. Water is made up of 2 hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom.
it also contains 6 oxygen atoms and 12 or 14 hydrogen atoms.
The formula would thus be C2N2O.
12************************2nd Opinion: You probably mean "in one molecule of carbon dioxide", CO2, andthe answer would be 3 atoms. One carbon atom and two oxygen atoms.
Carbon atoms would make High Carbon Steel harder as carbon atoms are bigger than iron atoms, which makes it harder for the atoms to move around.
The oxygen content in air would have decreased. This is because photosynthesis is a process which keeps the balance between oxygen and carbon dioxide by converting carbon dioxide to oxygen.
There are two oxygen atoms in each molecule (hence the prefix di). Ten CO2 molecules would require twenty oxygen atoms