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Complete combustion of benzene produces:
  1. C2H2+H2O
  2. CO2+H2O
  3. C2H5OH
  4. CH4+H2


Solution

The correct option is B CO2+H2O
Combustion is carried out in sufficient amount of O2. Complete combustion of benzene produce CO2 and H2O
Also, incomplete combustion occurs when limited amount of O2 is supplied to form carbon monoxide.

Combustion of Benzene: 
C6H6+(152)O26CO2+3H2O
 

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