Transcript: Element Name: Carbon Element Symbol: C Atomic Number: 6 Atomic Mass: 12.01 Most common isotope: Carbon-12 6 protons and 6 neutrons Percent abundance: 98.93% Silicon, Germanium, Tin, Lead, and Flerovium four valence electrons solid at room temperature melting point: 6,422 degrees Fahrenheit boiling point: 8,721 degrees Fahrenheit. Carbon History Carbon Presentation By Caleigh Sherman Bohr Model Simple Facts 1. Carbon is one of the few elements whose existence has been known and used since ancient times. 2. Carbon has the highest melting point of all elements. 3. 30% of car tires are Carbon black which gives them the black color. 4. 18.5% of human body’s mass is formed by Carbon. 5. The word carbon comes from the Latin word carbo, meaning coal. 6.About 20% of the weight of living organisms is carbon. 7.More compounds are known which contain carbon than don’t. 8.The carbon atoms in your body were all once part of the carbon dioxide fraction of the atmosphere. 9.Carbon undergoes nuclear fusion reactions in heavy stars to make neon, magnesium and oxygen. 10.Carbon is the fourth most abundant element in the universe. 11. There are 548 carbon minerals on Earth meaning over 100 are waiting to be discovered. Carbon uses no one actually knows who discovered carbon discovered around 3750 BC. discovered in charcoal. Carbon means charcoal in many languages. wasn't recognized as an element until the seventeenth century Additional information Annotated Bibliography other elements in CArbon's group -Perkins, Sid. "Digging Carbon. (cover Story)." Science News 190.8 (2016): 18. MasterFILE Premier. Web. 11 Dec. 2016. -Gagnon, Steve. "The Element Carbon." It's Elemental - The Element Carbon. Jefferson Lab, n.d. Web. 11 Dec. 2016. -"Isotope Abundances of the Elements." Isotope Abundances for All the Elements in the Periodic Table. Wolfram Research, Inc., n.d. Web. 11 Dec. 2016. -"Carbon Facts - Uses, Properties, Atom, Structure, Fiber, Graphite, Element C." Carbon Facts - Uses, Properties, Atom, Structure, Fiber, Graphite, Element C. Science Kids, June-July 2016. Web. 11 Dec. 2016 Carbon is very common most fizzy drinks, dry ice, toothpaste, diamonds and charcoal have carbon in them.
Transcript: by Alex S. Are Humans To Blame For Global Warming? 1 Over 7,000 scientist conclude that humans are the cause of climate change. We are the ones who burn foosil fuels and clear trees that absord CO2. 2 Evidence #1 3 Chemical analysis of the atmospheric CO2 reveals the increase is coming from burning fossil fuels 4 Energy being trapped in the atmosphere corresponds exactly to the wavelengths of energy captured by CO2. Evidence #2 How Can We Reduce Our Carbon Footsteps? 5 1. Recycle: Stop litering and pick up after yourself 2. Eat locally-produced and organic food: 13% of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions result from the production and transport of food. 3. Lessen our water usage: Lower the amount of energy used to treat, and heat water by using climate-appropriate plants less often. 6 Word Cloud 7 Work Cited 1. 9 ways we know humans triggered climate change: https://www.edf.org/climate/9-ways-we-know-humans-triggered-climate-change 2. https://cotap.org/reduce-carbon-footprint/ Goodbye Now!
Transcript: Carbon project Object My object The object I chose is my Nivea lotion. I chose this obect because I use it everyday. Also the ingredient that has carbon is in a lot of different moisturizers. compound Glycerin The name of the compound that has Carbon is glycerin. Glycerin is in a lot of moisturizers Chemical Formula Chemical Formula The chemical formula for Glycerin is C3H8O3. Origin Of name Origin of Name French glycerine, from Greek glykeros; akin to Greek glykys. Molar Mass Molar mass The molar mass of glycerin is 92.09382. Compound example My compound One example of the compound I chose which is Glycerin is in moisturizer, shampoo, toothpaste, laundry detergent and more subtopic 01 Compound Picture
Transcript: CBR Carbon Background Radiation How does it affect our knowledge of the universe today CBR Cosmic Background Radiation greatly influenced our current understanding of the universe. How? Cosmic Background Raditation (CBR) impacts how we see the universe today because it helped support on of the biggest astromical discoveries, the big bang. The big bang is a theory that has been around for a long time. Georges Lemaître came up with it in the 1920s and scientists have been trying to prove it since then. That's when two guys named Robert Wilson and Arno Penzias. They were originally trying to find radiation in cities but this humming sound kept getting in the way. They eliminated many factors trying to figure out what was causing the humming. It wasn't until they called NASA that they realized there discovery of CBR. Atoms Protons and electrons Nasa "Thus, photons wandered through the early universe, just as optical light wanders through a dense fog," - NASA This essentially means that the protons that were left over from the big bang are still floating through space as CBR Whats Happening The universe started almost 14 billion years ago and CBR started around 400,000 after. At this time the universe was about one-hundred-millionth the size that it is today. It was extremely hot almost 237 million degrees above absolute zero. The atoms that were there broke apart into pieces, proton and electrons. Protons are are radiating which means there CBR How it started The beginning Hydrogyn 380,000 years after the universe began hydrogen formed due to the cooling temperature. The hydrogen protons are also emitting radiation. These protons eventually started to travel. This is known as "Surface of Last Scattering". All of the protons travel in a straight line, but when bumped they can change direction. This can help see the growth of the universe. cmb Cmb Cosmic micro background radiation Microwaves Cosmic Background radiation otherwise known as Cosmic Micro- Background Radiation is a spectrum of waves. These waves have a frequency of 300 MHz meaning they are microwaves. Looking at a diagram of CBR (CMB) the wavelengths are growing and the time between crests is growing. This means that the wavelengths are getting longer which is evidence for the universe expanding.
Transcript: Naked (drink) About my ingredient What object did I choose and why? The object I chose was the drink called "Naked." The reason why I chose this was because I nearly drink this drink at least one time every week, but one main reason why I chose it was because I found the ingredient I chose in it Origin Name What is the origin name of Beta Carotene? The greek name "Beta" and the Latin name "Carota" are the origin names of Beta Carotene because the latin name Carota represents the yellow/orange pigment in carrots hense the "carot" part in Carota. They came up with the name Beta Carotene because of carrot roots in 1831. Chemical Formula Chemical Formula The chemical formula for beta carotene is the formula C40H56. Example Example An example of where you can find beta carotene in your everyday life is in carrots, pumpkins, apricots, and so on. Molar Mass Molar Mass in Beta Carotene The amount of molar mass that is in Beta Carotene is 536.8726 grams. Compound Visual Ingredient Visual There are different types of beta carotene, but am going to show the powder form. Chosen Ingredient Name of Compound Chosen The ingredient I chose from the object I have which is Naked, was beta carotene.
Transcript: All foods contain carbon in them is because they originate from plant and animals. Carbon, the sixth most abundant element in the universe it has been known since ancient times. Carbon is most commonly obtained from coal deposits, although it usually must be processed into a form suitable for commercial use. *Fizzy drinks *Carbon Dating *Teeth Whitening *Fire extinguishers *Dry Ice *Steel *Filters Abundance of Carbon Atomic Structure of Carbon. By: Sofia Renee Garcia 7th period 11-18-13 3 Fun facts about Carbon 1. Carbon can form into nearly ten million compounds. 2. Carbon is one of the elements that makeup the stars, although it was not formed in the Big Bang. 3. Carbon is the fourth most plentiful element in the universe. Carbon Isotopes: 15 known isotopes. From 8C to 22C. Two of which are stable 12C and 13C. The most common isotopes are 12C, 13C, and 14C. Other uses for Carbon Daily use of Carbon What is Carbon? Physical Properties Who Discovered Carbon? Is non-metallic naturally occurring element found in inorganic and all organic compounds containing carbon such as : -Diamonds -Coal -Lead Alltropes: Carbon is capable of forming many allotropes due to its valency. The three most common allotropes are amorphous carbon, diamond, and graphite. The ancients discovered carbon in the prehistoric times. The word Carbon comes from a Latin term "Carbo" meaning coal. Atomic number 6 Density: 2.26g/Cm3 Atomic mass: 12.011g Melting point: 3652c Boiling point: 4827c In the form of diamond it is translucent. While in the form of lead carbon is highly viscous, opaque, and lustrous (shiny) Vanderwaals radius 0.091 nm Ionic radius 0.26 nm Isotopes and Alltropes Coal Petroleum natural gas organic compounds in your body wood oil alcohol
Transcript: Product By: Rohan Rai Period: 7 Carbon Presentation Product I chose the “Dr. Pepper” drink, because Dr. Pepper is my favorite soda, and I am interested in how much carbon is contained in the drink, and why they add carbon in the drink. Ingredient/Compound Ingredient The compound that I chose from the Dr. Pepper drink is "aspartame." Aspartame Aspartame is an artificial non-saccharide sweetener and is 200 times sweeter than sucrose. Origin of Name Chemical Formula Chemical Formula C14 H18 N2 O5 294.3 g/mol Molar Mass Molar Mass
Transcript: Abigail Yarbrough Carbon According to sciencing.com,"The existence of carbon has been known and recorded since ancient Rome. Without carbon, our world and our lives would be very different. In fact, it is safe to say that without carbon much of earth as we know it would not exist." Explanition & Origin Origin C Atomic Number: 12.010 Atomic Mass: 6 -There are 6 valancde electrons in a neatural atom. -Carbon is in column fourteen. + Carbon's Charge Carbon has a positive charge of four. According to carondelet.pvt.k12.ca.us,"Carbon is found in abundance in the sun, stars, comets and atmospheres of most planets." All About Carbon All About Carbon when in the form of coal is used as a fuel. Atomic Ideas Five Compounds Carbon Forms -Allotropes of Carbon. -Carbides. -Organic Compounds. -Inorganic Compunds. -Carbon Halides. Carbon was known since ancient times. It was first recognized as an element in the second half of the 18th century. You don't need a microscope, you have prezi. Even the Smallest Details! Fun Fact Fun Fact About 20% of the weight of living organisms is carbon.
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