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water vapors and carbon dioxide.

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Q: When methane and oxygen react in a combustion reaction what produces?
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How do you determine the percent yield of a combustion reaction of 50mL of methane with 125 grams of oxygen gas that produces 87 grams of carbon dioxide?

For the combustion of 50 mL methane only 1,05 g oxygen are needed.


The reaction for the combustion of methane is?

Reaction of combustion of methane will give off lot of energy. In any combustion reaction there will always be formation of water vapor and heat. Methane + oxygen = combustion reaction.


What is the combustion equation?

methane+oxyen-->carbon dioxide+waste CH4 O2 CO2 H2O


What type of reaction involves oxygen and produces light and heat decomposition reaction double replacement reaction combustion reaction or combination reation?

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Which element is always a reactant in a combustion reaction?

Every combustion reaction we deal with produces gas with oxygen in the product, so O2 (oxygen gas) must be a reactant. For example, methane reacts with Oxygen in this way: CH4(l) + O2(g) -> C02(g)+2H2(g) Note O2 in gaseous form as a reactant.


How does a combustion reaction begins?

The combustion reaction begins with the rapid combination of a fuel and oxygen. This produces heat and light (fire).


How many molecules of oxygen are needed for the incomplete combustion of one molecule of methane?

Oxygen is NOT a PRODUCT (it is not produced) from the complete combustion of methane, it is a REACTANT (it is used in the reaction). The answer is therefore a mass of zero.


When methane is burned in the presence of oxygen the two chemicals react together what is the combustion reactions?

Methane plus oxygen produces water and carbon dioxide, plus energy.


What reaction in which a substance reacts rapidly with oxygen often produces heat and light?

A combustion reaction.


How is combustion made?

To combustion is to undergo combustion. Combustion is a process in which a substance reacts with oxygen to give heat and light.What are always the two products of a combustion reaction?A combustion reaction is when all substances in a compound are combined with oxygen, which then produces carbon dioxide and water.


What reaction takes place in the presence of oxygen and produces carbon dioxide and water?

This is an oxidation reaction as combustion (burning).


Hydrogens are combined with oxygen at the completion of what?

Hydrogen combines with oxygen at the completion of a combustion reaction to form water. The following is the balanced equation for the combustion of methane (CH4). CH4 + 2O2 ---> CO2 + 2H2O