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Problem: Gaseous butane (C4H10) reacts with oxygen gas to form carbon dioxide gas and liquid water.Express your answer as a chemical equation.

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Reactants:

  • gaseous butane  → C4H10 (g)
  • oxygen gas → O2 (g)

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  • carbon dioxide → CO2 (g)
  • liquid water → H2O (l)
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Gaseous butane (C4H10) reacts with oxygen gas to form carbon dioxide gas and liquid water.

Express your answer as a chemical equation.

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