Consider the following reaction: Amounts of H2O, CO, H2, and CO2 are put into a flask so that the composition corresponds to an equilibrium position. If the CO placed in the flask is labeled with radioactive 14C, will 14C be found only in CO molecules for an indefinite period of time? Explain.
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Wednesday, 08/17/2016 Chapter1: Review: Electrons, Structure, Bonding About Carbon has 4 possible bonds without charge • • base of all or most life • one of the most common elements • Column #4 on the Periodic table • Atomic Number: 6 • Atomic Mass: 12 • naturally found as diamond or graphite • 4 valence electrons • Tetrahedral Geometry • Nonmetal • Electron Negativity: 2.5 • Carbon 14 is used in dating experiment (Carbon Dating) • Element Organic Chemistry -study of Carbon containing molecules and their reactions AboutAtomic Structure of Carbon Protons: 6 Electrons: 6 Neutrons: 6 Protons=Electrons=Atomic Number Protons + Neutrons=Atomic Mass Cation -positively charged ion -lose of electron or fewer Anion -negatively charged ion -more electrons Isotopes -A
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