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C4H The term 'C4H' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' A mixture of light hydrocarbons that have the general formula C4Hn, where n is the number of hydrogen atoms per molecule. Examples include butane (C4H10) and butylene (C4H8)'.
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