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The combustion of methane, Chapter 10, Problem 13QAP, The combustion of methane, is an exothermic process. Therefore, the products of this reaction must is an exothermic process. Therefore, the products of this reaction must possess (higher/ lower) total potential energy than do the reactants.

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

If the products formed after the combustion of methane possess higher or lower potential energy than the reactants should be determined.

Concept Introduction:

Potential energy is defined as the energy which is possessed by an object or material due to its composition or position with respect to other objects or material.

Explanation

The graph of the exothermic reaction is shown below:

The chemical reaction is given as:

CH4(g)+2O2(g)CO

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