Products of complete combustion of hydrocarbons
How can the answer be improved?Combustion of alkanes: Complete combustion of alkanes: When alkane is heated in the presence of sufficient air or dioxygen it forms carbon dioxide and water and enormous amount of heat energy is released. For example: CH4 (g) 2O2 (g) CO2 (g) 2H2O (l); c H 890 kJ mol 1 C4H10 products of complete combustion of hydrocarbons
Nov 09, 2016 Of course I don't know that 12 g of carbon or 28 g of carbon monoxide resulted from the combustion of 72 g of benzene, but I can certainly conceive of, and represent the possibility by this stoichiometry. Can you try to represent the complete combustion of benzene: the products are carbon dioxide and water as before?