Combustion and Flame | Class 8 Science | Chapter 6

Combustion and Flame

Combustion and Flame Combustion: A chemical process where a substance reacts with oxygen, releasing heat and light. Example: burning wood. Combustible and Non-Combustible Substances: Combustible substances easily catch fire (e.g., paper, coal), while non-combustible substances don’t readily catch fire (e.g., sand, water). Fuel: Substances that, upon combustion, produce usable energy. Fuels can be solid, liquid, … Read more

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