For the reactants side, the compounds are phosphine (PH3 (g)) and oxygen gas (O2 (g)).
Products produced are water vapor (H2O (g)) and tetraphosphorus decaoxide (P4O10 (g)).
Write the balanced chemical equations that correspond to each of the following descriptions.
Phosphine, PH3(g), combusts in oxygen gas to form water vapor and solid tetraphosphorus decaoxide.
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