What is Butane?

Butanes are colorless, odorless, highly flammable, and easily liquefied gases. Butane can refer to the unbranched alkane with four carbon atoms or collectively to n-butane together with its only other isomer, isobutane. When butane burns, if oxygen is plentiful, carbon dioxide and water vapor are formed, but it oxygen is limited, carbon or carbon monoxide may also be the result. Look here for more information: