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Commonly called burning, a chemical reaction where a substance reacts quickly with oxygen.

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    Combustion Reactions

    Combustion Reactions

    by CK-12 //at grade
    Definition and examples of a combustion reaction.
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    연소반응

    연소반응

    by Whakuk Lee //at grade
    연소반응의 정의와 예
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    Combustion Reactions

    Combustion Reactions

    by Hemang Mehta //basic
    Looks at both complete and incomplete combustion reactions.
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    Combustion Reactions

    Combustion Reactions

    by CK-12 //at grade
    A presentation on combustion reactions in general and the two types of combustion reactions, complete and incomplete.
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    Combustion Reactions Practice
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    Combustion Reactions Practice

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  • Real World Application
    The Rockets’ Red Glare

    The Rockets’ Red Glare

    by CK-12 //basic
    Learn how fireworks work, including their components, how and why they explode, and what produces their different colors.
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    A House Built of Bricks

    A House Built of Bricks

    by CK-12 //basic
    Learn about fire-resistant building materials and how they reduce the risk of serious home fires.
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    Iron to the Rescue

    Iron to the Rescue

    by CK-12 //basic
    Learn about a teen scientist who invented a food storage bag that uses iron to keep food from spoiling.
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  • Real World Application
    Where Does All the Carbon Go?

    Where Does All the Carbon Go?

    by CK-12 //basic
    Find out what happens to the carbon in fossil fuels when the fuels are burned and how burning fossil fuels contributes to global warming.
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  • Real World Application
    To Burn or Not to Burn

    To Burn or Not to Burn

    by CK-12 //basic
    Learn whether it is better for the environment to capture and burn the methane that is released from decomposing trash in landfills or let the methane escape into the atmosphere.
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    Where Does All the Carbon Go?

    Where Does All the Carbon Go?

    by yohei ocean //basic
    Find out what happens to the carbon in fossil fuels when the fuels are burned and how burning fossil fuels contributes to global warming.
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    Combustion Reaction

    Combustion Reaction

    by Ellaine Chou //basic
    These flashcards are here to help you better understand middle school physical science.
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