Mr. Chapman Science 10. Combustion Reactions. What is a combustion reaction?. A combustion reaction occurs when a hydrocarbon reacts with oxygen gas. A hydrocarbon is any chemical that has the chemical formula C x H y . For example, the following are ALL hydrocarbons:
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