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askIITians forum post In magnet how it is possible that like terms attr 8/24/2015 5:25:48 PM
 
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askIITians forum post Iam not understand the topis Factors asociated wi 8/24/2015 5:23:21 PM
 
askIITians forum post The defination of force is that the push or pull 8/24/2015 5:21:39 PM
 
askIITians forum post What is spontaneos and explosive combustion. The 8/24/2015 5:15:14 PM
 
askIITians forum post What is ignotion or kindling temperature. Why it 8/24/2015 5:05:58 PM
 
askIITians forum post If we taketwo paper cups and one we keep empty on 8/24/2015 5:02:46 PM
 
askIITians forum post What is the difference between combustion and bur 8/24/2015 4:59:28 PM
 
askIITians forum post Sir iam not understanding that all cell are of sa 8/24/2015 4:54:19 PM
 
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sir i have asked you thses qestions  you hanot replied please reply me because it for my future . i want to understand topics to gain knowlage.
please sir answer the qestions
 
 
 
 
 

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Saurabh Kumar
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6 years ago
Combustion

Combustion or heating is a reaction where heat is produced by an exothermic reaction. Combustion is an oxidation reaction. For the reaction to take place, a fuel and an oxidant should be there. Substances undergoing the combustion are known as fuels. These can be hydrocarbons like petrol, diesel, methane, or hydrogen gas, etc. Usually the oxidizing agent is oxygen, but there can be other oxidants like fluorine too. In the reaction, the fuel is oxidized by the oxidant. So this is an oxidation reaction. When hydrocarbon fuels are used, the products after a complete combustion are usually carbon dioxide and water. In a complete combustion, few products will be formed, and it will produce the maximum energy output that the reactant can give. But for a complete combustion to take place, unlimited and constant oxygen supply and optimum temperature should be there. Complete combustion is not always favored. Rather incomplete combustion takes place. If the combustion does not happen completely, carbon monoxide and other particles can be released into the atmosphere, which can cause much pollution.

Burning

This is also a type of combustion. If flames are arising as a result of the combustion process, then it is known as burning. When a flammable material and oxygen is reacted together, the material will burn. As a result, heat and light energy is produced.

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