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Is this an okay format for presenting calculations, or should there be more/less info, or ordered in a different way? I tried to make an explanation of how everything is done so someone not familiar with the calculations involved can get to understand how the formula is derived and works, as well as providing a short answer for those just looking for the hard math. I'm interested to know if someone has problems understanding something in the article, so that it can be improved upon. --GalFisk 19 October 2005 05:28 (CDT)

I think including the actual chemical formulas (both a generic example of a hydrocarbon combustion, and the specific propane reaction) would help, mainly to clarify the concept of balancing the equation.--Wesman987 19 October 2005 11:18 (CDT)

   Edited according to suggestions. Any further comments welcome. If anybody has something concrete to add/remove/change/fix, just go ahead and do it. It's easy :) --GalFisk 19 October 2005 13:12 (CDT)
       Some of the information here could be moved/duplicated to combustion process. --GalFisk 25 October 2005 08:04 (CDT)