For this problem, we need to write the balanced chemical equation for:
Liquid methanol (CH3OH) combusted in oxygen gas to yield carbon dioxide gas and liquid water
Recall the rules in writing chemical equations:
1. Determine the reactants and the products correctly
2. Write an arrow (à) to separate the reactants from the products
3. Write (s), (l), (g) to denote solid, liquid and gas phases respectively
What is the balanced chemical equation for: Liquid methanol (CH 3OH) combusted in oxygen gas to yield carbon dioxide gas and liquid water?
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