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Producer gas is the mixture of

  1. Hydrogen and carbon monoxide
  2. Hydrogen and nitrogen
  3. Hydrogen, carbon monoxide, and nitrogen
  4. Hydrogen and oxygen

hintHint:

Hydrogen, carbon monoxide and nitrogen

The correct answer is: Hydrogen, carbon monoxide, and nitrogen


    A combustible mixture of Nitrogen, carbon monoxide and hydrogen give the producer gas. Producer gas is used as a fuel by passing air with steam over burning coke or coal in a furnace, often called Air-gas. One of the fuel gases is producer gas.

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