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Carbon Baby Book

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abigail bautista

on 1 April 2014

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Transcript of Carbon Baby Book

Carbon
Abigail Bautista

Family Name

(group name)-
Carbon Family
ALL Brothers and sisters

(elements within family)-
1.) Silicon
2.) Germanium
3.) Tin
4.) Lead

Properties they share
1.) They are all conductors or semi conductors
2.) They all have 4 valence electrons
3.) They can all become positive OR negative ions
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Nickname-

chemical symbol:
C
Birth date-

discovered:
in ancient times
Birth weight-

atomic mass:
12.011
Race-
classification:
non- metal
Attending Physician-
Discoverer:
Unknown
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State of matter at room temperature-
Solid
Place of Birth-
Country of Discovery:

Unknown
Atomic #

(House #)-
6
Period

(Street name)-
2
Group
(Also street name)-
14
Classification

(City)-
Nonmetal
(State)-
Periodic Table
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Carbon has 4 valence electrons, meaning it can either give AWAY 4 electrons and become POSITIVELY charged or TAKE 4 electrons from other atoms and become NEGATIVELY charged
Electron Dot Diagram
Bohr Model
Ionic Charge- +4 OR -4
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Carbon can bond with many elements but several are :
Silicon
Germanium
Tin
Lead

Carbon can specifically bond with these elements because they all need or need to get rid of 4 electrons. Carbon has 4 valence electrons, so it can give away those 4 electrons OR take 4 electrons from these elements
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Carbon can make MANY different compounds. Several are:
CO2- Carbon dioxide
CO- Carbon Monoxide
C2H4- Ethylene
CH4- Methane
* carbon can make more compounds than any other element!!
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Several things that contain carbon are:
diamonds
graphite
sugars
fats
all living things
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