Subject: why is oxygen important to fire?
Date: Mon Feb 25 17:25:47 2002
Posted by Calvin
Grade level: 10-12
School: Manito AHS
City: Chambersburg State/Province: PA
Area of science: Chemistry
what is it about oxygen that makes it so important to the event of fire? Is
oxygen the only element that can feed a fire in such a way, or are there others
which can replace it, but oxygen is simply the best/easiest/most-abondant?
I've been wondering this for some time.
Re: why is oxygen important to fire?
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