Shouldn't all the carbon be converted into oxygen via fusion in stars. Indeed, shouldn't everything be converted into iron?
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In this Cosmos, chemical elements are synthesised or disintegrated into lighter elements only if the physical conditions are favourable. On this Planet Earth, hydrogen atoms will not combine to form helium atoms because the required temperature is not available. While this nuclear reaction commonly takes place on the Sun. Do you know that Trans uranium elements up to atomic number 117 have been Synthesized in the laboratory. Some of them have extremely short half life. It is likely that super heavy elements may be present in the form of stable isotopes somewhere in the Universe.
Elements up to atomic number 92 (Uranium) are present on this Planet Earth,while only 60 elements are found on the Sun It means that the material of Earth has be synthesised in Supernova and caught in this solar system to for our Planet Earth. This also means that carbon has been converted into higher elements.
A bit early in the universe's age for heavy elements only
I recommend you a course in basic chemistry.
I'll take my 2 pts now.
Hummm in R&S one MIGHT assume that it's in connection to environmental VS spiritual arguments.... But even then that doesn't make much sense..
I think it is the physics section you want, rather than chemistry - certainly not R&S, though.
repost this on chemistry section. it is very interesting q
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So essentially what we have here is
C ------> O? Not possible, homie.
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