Partial burning of wood produces charcoal
why is charcoal a better fuel then wood
there are two types of change. the first one is the physical change. the form or appearance of the substance is change but the chemical properties of the substance is not changed. example, water evaporates into the air, that is a physical change because from liquid, water changes into gas but it then comes back to water as rain. the other one is chemical change wherein the chemical properties of the substance is changed. example is burning of wood. wood is burned and turned into charcoal. the chemical properties of wood is different from the chemical properties of charcoal and charcoal is another substance.
there is no difference
The difference between wood and plastic is that the wood is opaque and the plastic is transparent.
what is te difference between a grove ,a wood and a forest
No they do not. to make charcoal you burn wood
The major difference between steel and wood is that steel is in organic due to its lack of carbon, and wood is organic comprised of organic material. Because of this, their properties will differ wildly.
No wood does not burn better than charcoal. In charcoal there are no particles that do not burn hence it gives you a clean flame.
Charcoal is produced from wood heating in a reducing atmosphere!
You get charcoal from wood, and then treat the charcoal with steam at 1000 degrees Celsius, and you get activated carbon.