Co2 and H2O
carbon dioxide and water.
If there is an excess of oxygen, the products are carbon dioxide and water.
butane is a liquid. It is burning in its boiling pint.
Water and Carbon Dioxide.
It is the fuel that burns to produce the flame.
When paraffin burns in plenty of air, carbon dioxide and water vapor are formed
Heat and light.... and some carbon-soot.
Combustion of ethene produces carbon dioxide and water.
Ethene plus oxygen (in excess) burns to give: Carbon dioxide (CO2) and water (H2O)
water and carbon dioxinde, it reacts with the oxygen in the air when burnt
CO2, watervapour and energy.Hope this helps!
Fire One butane lighter reports: "Burns with clean hot flame at 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit"
Carbon Dioxide CO2 and Water H2O.
Propane freezes at a lower temprature than butane. Propane also burns hotter than butane.
no thats completely stupid. butane reacts with oxygen to produce carbon dioxide and water
Burning (oxydation, reaction with oxygen) is possible only when oxygen exist.
Methanol + oxygen --> carbon dioxide + water.Carbon dioxide and water are the usual products, but carbon and/or carbon monoxide may be formed if the supply of oxygen is restricted.
When 9.00 g c6h12o6 burns with excess oxygen 13.2 grams of CO2 will be made.
the reaction with butane is a combustion reaction producing CO2 and H2O as the products 2C4H10 + 13O2 = 8CO2 +10H2O However as copper burns in oxygen gas to form the oxide some people might say that that "combusted" - but of course no CO2 is produced.
Paraffin is a compound made when a candle burns
When hydrogen burns, water is formed.