Basically, the carbon in the wood reacts to the oxygen in the atmosphere to produce CO2. As this is an exothermic reaction, it gives off heat.
Smoke is caused by either non-carbon elements within the wood reacting with the oxygen to form more noxious compounds, or the incomplete reactio of the caarbon with oxygen, causing partially reacted carbon to be released in the form of soot.
acid burns it up
it turns into coal
It is undergoing a physical change from wood to ash.
It turns into ash and smoke.
It burns and turns black
Yes wood is flammable! What happens when you put wood in a fire place?! It burns up.
carbon reacts with oxygen to give carbon dioxide gas
it turns to ash, it chemically changes.
It creates carbon Dioxide, energy, light, H2O, noise and heat
it burns... a fire is created which gives off smoke...
the maple wood burns the longest
The atoms combine with the atoms of oxygen from the air to form oxides
When wood burns, chemical energy is transformed into heat
Physically, the candle is melted.Chemically, the candle is burned releasing water and carbon dioxide.
No, it is not, chemically speaking, artificial wood. That would not be fair to say.
When wood burns, carbon and hydrogen in the wood are oxidized to carbon dioxide and water respectively.
wood from a store, because most of the time its dry and dry wood burns the best.
I did a science fair project and balsa wood burns the fastest!!!!
the wood burns down and tucks find winnie's tomb stone
how burns happens
Dry, seasoned and resinous pine wood burns fastest.
Wood undergoes pyrolysis as it burns. Pyrolysis is the destructive distillation of the wood, producing gasses, which burn as they leave the wood, and carbon, which will also eventually burn. This is how wood normally burns.There is a link to an article on pyrolysis below.
It is Balsa wood.