Asked Sep 28, 2019

Give the balanced equation that describes the combustion of butane


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 Combustion is burning of any substance in presence of oxygen.

The chemical formula of butane is C4H10

Butane undergoes complete combustion in presence of oxygen to produce CO2 and H2O.


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