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Combustion

Combustion and Flame
Chemistry
Class 8

Overview

Define and classify combustion and combustible substance and differentiate between burning and combustion and demonstrate them; State rapid combustion, spontaneous combustion, explosion with examples; Define ignition temperature and inflammable substance; Explain fire triangle

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What Is Combustion?

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Types of Combustion

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Ignition Temperature

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Ways to Control Fire

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What is the energy conversion takes place in combustion?

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When the material P mined from the earth is heated strongly in an insufficient supply of air, it produces a solid fuel Q which consists mainly of carbon. When another material R obtained from tree is heated in an insufficient supply of air, it produces another solid fuel S which also consists mainly of carbon. Name P, Q, R and S. 

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Light a candle. Keep one hand above the flame and one hand on the side of the flame. Do your hands feel equally hot?

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How many grams of oxygen required to burn completely 570 g of octane

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Observe the given figure carefully and identify the substances marked as (p), (q) and (r).

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Complete combustion of hydrocarbons produces:

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The highest calorific value is found in:

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Nitrogen:

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The temperature of oxy-acetylene flame is ________.

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How carbon dioxide is stored in the house to extinguish fire?

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