Answer :

Coal is formed by a process called carbonization.

i. The process by which the remains of plants transform into coal in the absence of air under high temperature and pressure is known as carbonization.


ii. Coal is formed as a result of the carbonization on the remains of plants.


iii. It is obtained from the depths of the earth.



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