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What is the factor that differentiates between combustion and burning?

A

Amount of oxygen used

B

Environment

C

Material

D

None of the above

Answer

They are different with respect to the combustion is done in a fixed amount of oxygen while in burning it has the access of infinite amount of oxygen (done in open).
Hence option (A) is correct.

Hence, the correct option is

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