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What does paper turn into when burned?

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2011-01-05 22:39:38
2011-01-05 22:39:38

It's obvious, paper come from trees so they turn into ash.

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If a paper burned it will be ASH because paper is like charcoal and when burned it will turn to ASH.........

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There is the same amount of energy before the paper is burned and after the paper is burned

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Nope. It has undergone a chemical change, and is no longer paper.

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