Answer :

C7H16 (l) C4H10 (g) + C3H6 (g)

Heptane Butane Propene


i. Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) is obtained from butane gas.


ii. When butane gas is liquefied under high pressure, LPG is obtained.


iii. Butane gas is separated from uncondensed gases obtained from petroleum and then can be converted to LPG.


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