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Combustion
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Combustion is the name given to reactions where a fuel combines with oxygen. There are many examples of combustion.

Natural gas (methane) burns to form carbon dioxide and water. This is typical of all hydrocarbons (provided that they have a good supply of oxygen).

Petrol, oil, diesel and jet fuel (kerosine) are all examples of hydrocarbons that undergo combustion.

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