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The neccesary conditions for combustion process of occur are :
(A) availability of air/oxygen
(B) availability of air/oxygen and fuel
(C) temperature of fuel below ignition temperature
(D) temperature of fuel above ignition temperature
Select the correct alternatives.


A and B


B and D


C and A


D and A


For combustion, fuel, oxygen/air and a temperature more than ignition temperature of the fuel is required.

Hence option B is correct.

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