I would think the flame would sway away from the flow of CO2 in order to maintain its necessary "burn food", oxygen.
the products of a burning candle are water vapor and carbon dioxide
A burning candle produces water vapor and carbon dioxide gas.
Carbon Dioxide (CO2).
the candle will go out because oxygen helps in burning but a burning substance produces carbon dioxide but when we put a glass upon can carbon will heavier than oxygen and when oxygen will less candle will go out
Any burning (oxidation reaction) produce carbon dioxide.
It produces carbon dioxide.
As a candle burns it produces the by products that are the result of that burning [burning of the wax and the wick] For the most part these by products are Carbon Dioxide, Water and Soot [Carbon] if the candle burns with a sooty flame.
The reaction of hydrocarbon (i.e. wax) with oxygen Hydrocarbon + oxygen --> water + carbon dioxide
While the compounds released differ from candle to candle they all produce water vapor and carbon dioxide.
The candle will burn BUT it is because the plant is giving off OXYGEN and is TAKING IN carbon dioxide.
Water (H2O) and Carbon dioxide (CO2)
When a candle is burnt, the flame and the wan get oxidised for combustion and carbon dioxide is released.
Will candle produce nitrogen when it's burning? The only substances produced are carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and water. Under perfect circumstances. So called efficient burning.
The hydrogen and the carbon dioxide mix. Candle uses oxygen and wax as fuel
Because burning a candle produces new products, carbon dioxide, water vapour, soot. You can't make the ashes go back to being a candle.
co2 (carbon dioxide) and water (hydrogen). Hope this helped!
The burning splint cannot continue burning without oxygen. If placed in a container with only carbon dioxide, the fire will go out.
no it will not it needs carbon dioxide to burn, without it theres no way the candle will be able to burn
The matter undergoes a chemical change. The wax and wick react with oxygen to form water vapor, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, and soot. Some of the carbon is left behind on the wick.
Physically, the candle is melted.Chemically, the candle is burned releasing water and carbon dioxide.
no, the candle would burn because the plant was giving off oxygen and absorbing carbon dioxide from the air
If you burn a candle in the jar, it will use the oxygen as fuel and turn it into carbon dioxide. When the candle stops burning, the oxygen is gone.
A candle dye out in carbon dioxide.