What do you do when you burn your finger touching the stove?
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When you burn your finger by touching a hot stove you have experienced heat transfer by what?
If you burn yourself by touching a hot stove it is an example of heat transfer by?
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What will happen to your finger if you stick it in fire on the stove?
Is it safe to burn wood with varnish in a wood stove?
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What illness will a person get if they touch a hot pot?
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What is the most sensitive finger on the human body?
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How does heat get from the stove burner into your food?
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Can you catch HIV from a women's fluid touching a burn on skin?
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What is the action and reaction force of touching your finger to your nose?
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Realizing that touching the hot stove is dangerous and painful is reasoning?
What can you burn in a wood-burning stove?
It is best to burn oak, maple, ash, or some other hardwood. What you are really after is something that has a lot of heat output and very little smoke. You can burn coal in a stove that is specifically designed for it - don't assume a wood stove is, because it can burn through the stove. Don't burn trash or plastic in a wood stove. --- According to the University of Idaho: "All wood stoves should have sturdy legs, providing at least 4 inches, and preferably 8 to 10 inches, of air space between stove bottom and floor. Glass windows in wood stoves should be special safety glass designed to withstand thermal shock. A stove designed to burn wood only should not be used to burn coal. Some stoves are designed to burn either. The excessive heat of coal will soon burn out the grate or bottom of a stove designed for wood only. Burn manufactured logs only in an open fireplace they contain wax that burns dangerously hot. "