What is the color of carbon dioxide?
Carbon Dioxide is usually in gas form and is a colorless odorless gas. In solid form it is translucent like ice.
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Carbon Dioxide is a gas, a molecule, which has one Carbon atom and two Oxygen atoms. (CO 2 ) A: Carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas, emitted from fossil fuels - the principal driver of climate change - levels of which have accelerated globally at a far greater rate than expected over recent… years, according to a paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. A: A colorless, odorless, incombustible gas, CO 2 , present in the atmosphere and formed during respiration, usually obtained from coal, coke, or natural gas by combustion, from carbohydrates by fermentation, by reaction of acid with limestone or other carbonates, or naturally from springs: used extensively in industry as dry ice, or carbon dioxide snow, in carbonated beverages, fire extinguishers, etc. (MORE)
After looking into this it seems that it would be carbon dioxide, water, and light. I have yet to find that color has any effect.
You can stop burning fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) in industry, transport and the generation of electricity, which releases carbon dioxide (CO 2 ). . You can change to renewable energy (solar, wind, water, hydro, tidal and wave, geothermal, ocean thermal, biomass and biofuel) which does … not release carbon dioxide. . You can plant forests again that will remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. (MORE)
Carbon Dioxide is a heavy colorless odorless atmospheric gas. Source: respiration, combustion. Use: during photosynthesis, in refrigeration, carbonated drinks, fire extinguishers. Formula: CO 2 .
The Carbond Dioxide (CO2) in expired air is the waste product of complete cellular respiration that is carries in the blood to be removed by the lungs. Each cell uses a carbon based fuel (like glucose) to get energy. The cells that contain strucutres called Mitochondria are able to cully oxidise suc…h hydrocarbons to just CO2 and water. The oxygen comes from inhaled air, and both the hydrogen and carbon comes from these food molecules. (MORE)
This needs alot of explaining. The oxygen goes throught your mouth, wind pipe into your lungs. First of all there are the lungs. When oxygen comes into your lungs there are these small bubble like things that have a thin wall. Outside of the thin wall there are blood vessels going to your cell…s. When the oxygen comes inside it goes throught the thin walls and mixes with the blood. The blood then takes it to your cells and it reactes with the glucose in your cells. It produces CARBON DDIOXIDE, water and energy. ( glucose + oxygen = carbon dioxide + water +energy ) Then the carbon dioxide mixes with the blood and goes back to the lungs. It goes throught the walls of the bubble like things ( alviolai) and go back through your wind pipe and out of your mouth. That's what happens.................... (MORE)
carbon dioxide is usually released from combustion, or any sort of burning. when a fire consumes the right material, as an example wood, the carbon in the material that is burning gets bonded with the oxygen molecules in the air the fire is using. two carbon atoms from the burning material plus a ox…ygen atom from the surrounding of the fire equals an molecule of carbon dioxide, which is the smoke you see from a fire. however, sometimes when the fire does not have enough oxygen atoms around itself to sustain a proper combustion, carbon monoxide, the evil brother of carbon dioxide, is formed by the partial burning of a material. it only has one carbon atom and can kill you in a matter of seconds, minutes, pron to exposure to it (MORE)
yes as a product of the reaction Carbon dioxide is C02. 1 carbon and 2 oxygen double bonded.
well, in the terms of percent, carbon dioxide has two carbon atoms and one oxygen atom, so the ratio of carbon to oxygen in percent will be %66.66, or 66 2/3%
Carbon dioxide is colorless in the human visible spectrum. It does have some fairly strong absorption bands in the infrared, so for a creature that saw using infrared light, it might appear to have a distinct color.
Carbon dioxide is an emission from your body. It generally it not harmful as it is all around you, unless you breathe in a very high amount of it. Then it might disturb the transportation of oxygen in your body. However, beware of carbon monoxide. It connects with your red blood cells with your body… upon breathing it in and it makes your red blood cells unable to (properly) transport oxygen. === I think CO 2 suffocates by displacing or replacing oxygen, rather than having a direct physiological effect as CO does - but the symptoms of CO 2 asphyxiation include panting and nausea. It is exhaled by the body because it is a by-product of metabolism. (MORE)
Carboxyhaemoglobin (carbon dioxide rich blood) is a red-purple colour. Oxyhaemoglobin (Oxygen rich blood ) is deep red Carbonmonoxyhaemoglobin (Blood containing carbon monoxide) is bright red Aside: Some people think some blood is blue because veins (containing CO2 rich blood) appear blue. T…his is due to the colour of the veins and the colur absorption of the tissues. Octopi and horseshoe crabs do have blue blood because they use copper, not iron, to transport oxygen. (MORE)
No, it is not. Carbon refers to the element C, with the atomic number 6. Carbon Dioxide refers to the compound formed when one carbon atom and two oxygen atoms are bonded together through covalent bonds. -- Carbon dioxide is a molecule consisting of 1 carbon atom and 2 oxygen atoms. --
It everywhere in the air. In fact is takes up about 50% of the earth's atmosphere. Everytime you exhale, you are releasing carbon dioxide into the air while plants take this in for photosynthesis.
No Carbon dioxide is a molecule formed by one carbon atom and two oxygen atoms ("di" meaning two). Carbon dioxide is an invisible gas at room temperature, and carbon is a black solid.
CO2 tanks contain liquid CO2. Preasure is all that is required. At standard atmosphic preasure CO2 can only be solid or gas.
SO2 is less soluble in water... but solution of SO2 and CO2 will be colourless...
When Carbon or any other organic compound udergoes combustion, carbon dioxide is produced alongwith a release of large amount of energy as heat. C + O 2 = CO 2
The same as most substances, CO2 must be cooled and put under increased pressure to become a solid. At one atmosphere, CO2 must be cooled to a temperature of -78.5 degrees Celsius to solidify. At height pressures CO2 solidifies at higher temperatures, however solid CO2 never exists at a temperature …above -56.4 degrees Celsius. (MORE)
When you first start to bubble carbon dioxide through limewater (calcium hydroxide solution), they react and form calcium carbonate. This isn't very soluble, so you see it as a mist of fine particles of chalk, which we describe as 'the limewater has gone cloudy/ milky'. As you continue to bubble, ca…rbon dioxide dissolves in the water to form carbonic acid, which dissolves the calcium carbonate, so the milkiness disappears.. Here are the reactions:. Ca(OH) 2 + CO 2 --> CaCO 3 + H 2 O forming the milkiness. 2H 2 CO 3 + CaCO 3 --> Ca(HCO 3 ) 2 + H 2 O +CO 2 removing the milkiness again. This second reaction is the same one as for rainwater flowing over limestone rocks. (MORE)
The actual molecule looks like this: O=C=O (a carbon atom with double-bonded oxygen atoms on each side) Dioxide means "two oxygen atoms"
In terms of proportion of molecules that are carbon, 33% (formula: CO 2 which means that there are 2 oxygens and 1 carbon). If you mean in terms of mass, then carbon is 27.27% of the molecule (Two oxygens at a molecular mass of 16 each, and one carbon at a molecular mass of 12) by mass.
No. The red color is due to iron oxide (a form of rust) on the surface rocks.
No, it isn't. Carbon monoxide is carbon bonded to one oxygen atom, but carbon dioxide has two oxygen atoms. Unlike carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide is toxic, because it reacts with hemoglobin when inhaled and dissolved into the bloodstream. Carboxyhaemoglobin, the reaction's product, has a permanent …bond between the 2 reactants, reducing hemoglobin's efficiency in carrying O 2 , and the person would feel suffocated or the need to breathe. (MORE)
CO 2 two Oxygen atom and one of Carbon C= Carbon O= Oxygen Additional answer Di- means two. Like tri- means three. Mono- means one. Sometimes di- is used as the prefix meaning two, but sometimes the prefix is bi- as in bicycle.
carbon is the the main atom and "Di" means 2, so its 1 carbon atom and 2 oxygen atoms.
No it's the reverse. Carbon dioxide is from carbon and oxygen. the why it's CO2. C for carbon and O for oxygen
Every time animals breath out is more carbon dioxide produced including you and me and that's only one source, there are many others.
When carbon dioxide is bubbled through water, some of that carbon dioxide dissolves into the water. It then can react with the water to form carbonic acid. The formula for carbonic acid is H 2 CO 3 (aq) . Therefore, when carbon dioxide is bubbled through water, the solution becomes more acidic. If …a solution becomes more acidic and contains a pH indicator, the indicator changes colour to show the pH of the solution. With Universal Indicator, this change is from green, through yellow to orange. It does not go red as carbonic acid is quite weak. (MORE)
Well, CO2 means 1 Carbon molecules and 2 Oxygen molecules. This means the overall for Carbon is a third (1/3). The percentage of this can be best shown as 33.333 reccuring. In more detail, the atomic weight of carbon is 12 and of oxygen 16. So an atom of CO2 has an atomic weight of 12 + 2x16, …that is 44, of which 12 is carbon. So CO2 contains 12/44 of carbon, that is 27% carbon. (MORE)
The are not organic because an organic compound is one in which carbon is combined with hydrogen. In carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide it is combined only with oxygen.
For the applications of carbon monoxide see the link below. Carbon Dioxide is taken in by green plants and used to make Oxygenthat we breathe. Carbon Dioxide is used to make 'Carbonated' beverages. Carbon Dioxide is used in many industrial applications, such aswelding. Carbon Dioxide is used to mak…e Dry Ice. Carbon Dioxide is used in Fire Extinguishers. (MORE)
BTB is an acid indicator. by adding carbon dioxide to the solution, it will turn into carbonic acid (a weak acid) turns green in low concentration and yellow in high concentration.
The state is dependent upon the temperature. At 70 degrees F and below, some of the carbon dioxide is in the form of a liquid, with some vapor. If the temperature exceeds 88 degrees F (the critical temperature of carbon dioxide), the liquid phase disappears, and the contents of the extinguisher is v…apor. The majority of the CO 2 stored in a fire extinguisher is a liquid under pressure of more than 5 atmospheres. The boiling temperature of carbon dioxide is 70 degrees Fahrenheit BELOW zero at 5.2 bar (about 73 psi), meaning it is liquid or supercritical fluid at room temperature if it is compressed at more pressure than that. (MORE)
Exhaled by animals, evolved in decay (inc. fermentation) of organic matter; a product of combustion of carbon and carbonaceous compounds.
When carbon dioxide is a gas, the molecules repel each other. When carbon dioxide is a solid the molecules do attract each other, and bond in a crystalline structure.
Carbon is an element, but not carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide is a compound of carbon and oxygen.
Deoxygentaed blood is usually referred t as being blue but it is actually more of a brown/dark red colour. The reason for people saying it is blue while in the veins is because of the way light travels through our skin and veins. add . If you ever see the colour of blood in the tube when you giv…e a blood donation, it is the colour described above. And a very slippery material. (MORE)
By using acids to react with your carbonate carbon dioxide will be liberate, a similar reaction happened to baking soda( NaHCO3) with sulfuric acid (H2SO4). baking soda contains a carbonate ion (CO3). NaHCO3 + H2SO4 ---> CO2 + H2O + NaSO4 formation of bubbles during neutralization will tell you t…hat a gas is ready to escape(CO2 is the gas). (MORE)
Yes, carbon dioxide is one molecule . A molecule is an arrangement of atoms, and carbon dioxide is one carbon atom with an oxygen atom bound to both sides. It can be represented this way: O=C=O Or this way: CO 2 So, CO 2 represents one molecule, but multiple atoms .
food has it flowers do and alot of other stuff . this is not part of the answer i love briant from meagan
Air. Beer. Champagne. Soda pop. Fully charged CO2 canisters. Dry ice contains a lot of carbon dioxide. Human lungs have some, and mining pits deep inside mountains serve as natural traps and reservoirs of this heavy gas.
The principle ways carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide are emitted is from the burning of fossil fuels. This can be in coal burning to produce electricity. The burning of gasoline and diesel in automobiles and trucks also produces carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide. Aviation in all its forms burns Je…t Kerosene which is also a major source. Respiration in living things such animals and humans etc, produces carbon dioxide but NOT carbon monoxide in any appreciable quantity. (MORE)
carbon monoxide is different from carbon dioxeide.. if you just look at their formulas, you can say that they differ in their chemical compositions.. carbon monoxide contains one atom of carbon and oxygen while carbon dioxide contains one atom of carbon and two atoms of oxygen... 3 years ago
Carbon dioxide means carbon dioxide for two major reasons. One, is that carbon dioxide is made up of the element carbon, which is how it get the carbon of it's name, and is also made up of the element oxygen, which is how it got the oxide part of it's anem. The second and final reason is to explai…n the di part of the name. Di means two, and since carbon dioxide is made up of one carbon atom and two oxygen atmos, to show the two oxygen atoms, di is put before the oxide to make carbon dioxide. The chemical formula for this is CO2, with the 2 being in subscript. (MORE)
The same hemoglobin molecules that absorb oxygen in the lungs release it to the cells in the capillaries and pick up carbon dioxide from the cells. When the blood returns to the lungs, the hemoglobin releases the carbon dioxide and replaces it with fresh oxygen. The carbon dioxide released by the he…moglobin travels across the membranes in the lungs and is breathe out when we exhale. (MORE)
To keep the earth warm. . To make drinks fizzy . To let trees and plants grow.
Carbon dioxide forms when carbon or a carbon-containing compoundreacts with oxygen, either through cellular respiration or throughfire.
pH will change from 8 (bicarbonate) to 6 (carbondioxide-bicarbonatemixture). Color depends on kind of indicator
No. Sulfur dioxide is sulfur and oxygen. Carbon dioxide is carbonand oxygen. They are two different substances.