Butane and isobutane molecules

Butane and isobutane molecules

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Caption: Butane (left) and isobutane (right), molecular models. Carbon atoms are black and hydrogen atoms are white. Isobutane boils at a lower temperature than butane because the branched side-chain makes it more compact. Both occur in natural gas and are produced during the cracking of petroleum.

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