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# The products formed when a candle burns in air are:

A
nitrogen
B
carbon monoxide
C
carbon dioxide
D
carbon in the form of soot

Solution

## The correct options are B carbon monoxide C carbon dioxide D carbon in the form of sootThere are a number of things that result from burning a candle, either from complete combustion or incomplete combustion. 1. Carbon Monoxide $$(CO)$$ 2. Carbon Dioxide $$(CO_2)$$ 3. Carbon (C) in the form of soot 4. Heat energy 5. Light energy Chemistry

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