The carbon to hydrogen ratio is 4/10.
233:1 (or about 31.1 SCFT for every gallon of liquid Butane)
17:1 for a mixture of 50% propane and 50% butane. propane-butane percentage differ from country to countr, so aslo the air to fuel ratio is a little diferetn.
Yes, a compound is two or more elements chemically bonded together in a fixed ratio. Butane is a hydrocarbon, made up of only hydrogen and carbon, and so is a compound.
Butane is not a element. Butane has a molar mass.
Butane C4H10 exists in two isomeric forms ,n-butane and Iso-butane
Butane is an unbranched hydrocarbon and methylpropane is a branched isomer of butane.
Butane is organic
Butane is an organic compound.
Butane is C4H10
No, butane is a hydrocarbon and is not acidic.