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what possible product of burning?
- kerrie (age 14)
The end products of burning depend on the combustible material. For burning in air there is always oxygen in the by-products. For example wood, which is for the most part carbon, you get a lot of carbon dioxide, CO2
. From fuels derived from oil, which contain carbon and hydrogen, you get a mixture of carbon dioxide and water, H2
(published on 10/22/2007)
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