Carbon has 12 protons and 12 electrons. What is its overall charge?

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Anonymous387036 | 23/10 2017 23:49

listen to me is the most obvious and well explained answer how it could be 0 ? is not 000000000000000!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Answer #2 | 05/12 2015 12:58

It depends to metals,when combining.

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Answer #3 | 01/12 2015 15:08

0, no charge, neutral, goose eggs, nada, zilch,

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Answer #4 | 03/12 2015 03:29

0 you dumbass.

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Answer #5 | 01/12 2015 23:08

0, no charge, neutral, goose eggs, nada, zilch,

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Answer #6 | 30/11 2015 04:38

Carbon has SIX protons and SIX electrons Good grief!

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Answer #7 | 30/11 2015 20:01

A Carbon atom with 12 protons and 12 electrons would have an overall charge of zero. Protons are positive and electrons are negative therefor: positive 12 plus negative 12= 0

Firstly, carbon dont have 12 elctrons and protons . it have 6 protons and Electrons,(12 is its atomic mass, not atomic number) .
The overall charge will be zero, as the electrons have negative and protons have positive, the number of electrons and protons are also same, i.e.
6+(-6)=0
6-6=0
0=0
Where 6+ represents number or protons, and 6- represents number of electrons. Hope you understand...!!

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Answer #12 | 02/12 2015 19:29

0 you dumbass.

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Answer #13 | 04/12 2015 16:22

57

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Answer #14 | 30/11 2015 12:01

A Carbon atom with 12 protons and 12 electrons would have an overall charge of zero. Protons are positive and electrons are negative therefor: positive 12 plus negative 12= 0

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Answer #15 | 29/11 2015 19:25

12-12=0 lol that was too easy

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Anonymous387036 | 23/10 2017 23:45

first carbon has 6 protons and six electrons so its overall charge is the number of valance electrons multiply by the atomic weight (approximate the atomic weight)or it also could be done with this the atomic number multiply by the atomic number with the half of the other element below plus the atomic number and all divided by 2

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Answer #17 | 01/12 2015 20:37

Neutral
this is because electons are negative and protons are positive thus the charges cancel out leaving an overall charge of neutral

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Answer #18 | 01/12 2015 15:40

Protons has positive charge & electrons has negative charge. So here Carbon is neutral

Neutral
this is because electons are negative and protons are positive thus the charges cancel out leaving an overall charge of neutral

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Answer #27 | 03/12 2015 08:33

Firstly, carbon dont have 12 elctrons and protons . it have 6 protons and Electrons,(12 is its atomic mass, not atomic number) .
The overall charge will be zero, as the electrons have negative and protons have positive, the number of electrons and protons are also same, i.e.
6+(-6)=0
6-6=0
0=0
Where 6+ represents number or protons, and 6- represents number of electrons. Hope you understand...!!

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Answer #28 | 29/11 2015 20:38

Carbon has SIX protons and SIX electrons Good grief!

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Answer #29 | 02/12 2015 08:57

The charge is zero, which is neutral.

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Answer #30 | 30/11 2015 03:22

neutral

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Answer #31 | 01/12 2015 07:40

Protons has positive charge & electrons has negative charge. So here Carbon is neutral

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