Word Equation for Combustion of Wood?

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Sometimes in chemistry, you have the need to write out an equation for a reaction. You can do this for any reaction. The word equation for combustion of wood is: wood + oxygen > carbon dioxide + water.
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there are many combustion equations. the equation will look like this: x moles of "the gas" are combusted with x moles of oxygen gas to yield x moles of dihydrogen monoxide
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The chemical equations for wood combustion are CH4 +
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