Problem: One product of the combustion of methane is carbon dioxide. What change in hybridization of the carbon occurs in this reaction?   a) sp to sp3 b) sp2 to sp c) sp2 to sp3 d) sp3 to sp e) sp3 to sp2

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One product of the combustion of methane is carbon dioxide. What change in hybridization of the carbon occurs in this reaction?

a) sp to sp3

b) sp2 to sp

c) sp2 to sp3

d) sp3 to sp

e) sp3 to sp2

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