What Is Isobutane?

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Isobutane is a gaseous hydrocarbon. Its first know use was in 1876. It is used as a fuel. It has a faint smell to it.
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( ¦ī·sō′byü′tān ) (organic chemistry) (CH3)2CHCH3 A colorless, stable gas, noncorrosive to metals, nonreactive with water; boils at -
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Isobutane, or butane has a formula of C4H10 and is a hydrocarbon that is obtained
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