Q. 194.8( 4 Votes )
Write the conditions necessary for combustion.
The conditions necessary for combustion are:-
i. Fuel - There must be something to burn.
ii. Air – There must be a continuous supply of oxygen to support the process of combustion.
iii. Heat – The temperature of the fuel must be raised above the ignition temperature to start the process of combustion.
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