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Methane can be partially oxidised, and the heat generated used to make acetylene.Chemical engineers call this a "cracking" process, possibly because one carbon species, methane, forms two: acetylene and carbon monoxide.
Industrial Organic Chemistry, 3rd. Ed. K. Weissermel, H.-J. Arpe, VCH (1997)
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