The fire needs oxygen to keep burning, so it there is no oxygen fire can not burn.
An oxygen-fed fire is a fire that has (most likely) pure oxygen fueling it. The air we breathe is composed of around 19% oxygen, therefore by adding more oxygen the fire will get hotter.
Fire needs oxygen to stay alight, without oxygen there cannot be a fire. The 3 things needed for a fire are Fuel, Heat, and Oxygen.
Oxygen keeps the fire going. In some cases, it can make the fire larger, depending on the amount of oxygen around the fire.
In most everyday cases, when there is no oxygen for a fire, the fire goes out.
Oxygen does not distribute fire. Fire is a chemical reaction between oxygen and some flammable substance. Fire cannot burn without oxygen, and the more oxygen there is, the hotter and faster a fire will burn. More oxygen also makes it easier for materials to ignite.
Fire needs fuel, heat, and oxygen. Oxygen is a component of air. A fire can burn in an atmosphere of pure oxygen, but not in air from which oxygen has been removed.
If you remove fuel, oxygen, or both from a fire, the fire goes out.
Oxygen. A fire needs oxygen to keep burning.
Because when you blow on the coals you are adding oxygen to the fire and oxygen fuels a fire. A fire would simply go out without any oxygen. Because when you blow on the coals you are adding oxygen to the fire and oxygen fuels a fire. A fire would simply go out without any oxygen.
Oxygen. Fire need oxygen, heat and fuel.
Fire requires oxygen. There is no free oxygen in the ocean. Therefore there can be no fire at the bottom of the ocean.
That the supply of oxygen for the fire
fire needs oxygen to burn, because fire is a chemical reaction that needs oxygen. the fire triangle is what fire needs to burn and is this- heat, fuel, and oxygen.
The oxygen comes from the air around the fire.
No, it is impossible. You need oxygen to create fire. That is what it feeds on.
Oxygen itself. Oxygen is one of the elements necessary for a fire to burn, and the increased presence of it helps to further fuel the fire.
CO2 puts out a fire by Oxygen exclusion. Fire requires oxygen to burn and when CO2 is used to extinguish fire, it displaces the oxygen.
No. Oxygen itself is not flammable, but it is necessary for fire. Fire is a chemical reaction between oxygen and a flammable substance. Fire is possible on Earth because ordinary air is 21% oxygen. Pure oxygen is considered a fire hazard because higher concentrations of oxygen will make it easier for a fire to ignite and will allow it to burn hotter and faster than normal.
a) oxygen does not burn b) oxygen combines with the fuel - it is NOT a catalyst. c) a fire does acellerate when oxygen is added.
True, fire must have oxygen to burn.
No a fire needs heat, fuel and OXYGEN. But if you took the fuel and oxygen with you ......
There wouldn't be one. A fire needs oxygen in the first place.
That is, what they already do. No kind of fire can burn without oxygen!
No. Adding oxygen to a fire will make it burn faster and hotter. In fact, one of the ways of putting out a fire is to cut off the supply of oxygen.