What is not easily set on fire?
I would say ice is not easily set on fire.
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PVC, like other plastics, is primarily a chain of hydrocarbons derived from oil.
Paper, tissue, cloth, wood, hay and anything else thin, dry and wood based will catch fire easily.
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Li, Mg, Na, K, Rb, Cs are some metals that catch fire easily. Sulphur and Phosphorous are two non-metals. Hydrogen is an element that catches fire easily and in fact explosiv…ely so.
No it does't magnesium does
Aluminum is a metal. Most structural metals do not burn easily. Aircraft fuselages are manufactured from an alloy that is mainly aluminum. A key requisite for safety is that i…t does not burn easily.
tinder, dry leaves, Dry grass, that kinda stuff
it doesn't get set on fire that easily
Because petrol is highly flammable and it has lower flash point
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because nylon is nylon.it has it own quality of cathing fire.problem. if yes then go away
In Kindle Fire
If you drop it (long distance), throw it, etc...then YES!
Because it's made from wood, which, as we know, when it's dry like paper, burns very easily.
It is not known for sure the flammability of polonium
No. Oxygen is not flammable. Rather, it supports the combustion offlammable materials. Fire is a chemical reaction between oxygen andsome flammable material. Higher concentrat…ions of oxygen will causea fire to burn hotter and faster.