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Roopam Mishra Grade:
        

why water doesn't burn?

7 years ago

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Badiuddin askIITians.ismu Expert
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Dear Roopam


In chemistry we define the word burn to mean: “to undergo combustion, either fast or slow; to oxidize.” So when gasoline “burns”, the carbon and hydrogen atoms in the gas rapidly combine with oxygen atoms in the air to form CO2 and H2O


When charcoal “burns”, the carbon atoms in the chacoal combine with oxygen atoms in the air to form CO2. When iron or steel “burns”, the iron atoms in the piece of iron combine with oxygen atoms in the air to form rust.




So, why won’t water burn? It’s because the burning has already happened. When the hydrogen reacted with oxygen – in other words, when the hydrogen “burned” – water was the result.


Water is the result to hydrogen "burning"... it already combined with oxygen. You really could say that it already burnt and therefore will not burn again.






 


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