Which form of energy are produced by a burning candle?
Asked in Chemistry
What two forms of energy does a flame from a burning candle release?
Asked in Energy, Fossil Fuels
What form of energy is produced when you use the candle?
Asked in Chemistry, Energy
Reaction such as a candle burning give off energy in the form of heat they're called?
Do burning candles use energy?
Asked in Physics
When a candle is burning does that violate the laws of conservation of mass and energy?
No. -- Mass leaves the candle in the form of hot gases and soot, and there's always some of it left in the puddle of melted wax under the candle. -- Oxygen combines with the hydrocarbons in the candle material and the fibers in the wick, releasing chemical energy that leaves the candle in the form of heat and light.
Asked in Energy, Chemical Energy
What form is was the energy originally in candle before it was lit?
What form of energy is being used as a candle burns?
Asked in Science, Photosynthesis
What substances are produced during cellulkar resporatioln?
Asked in Biology
What form of energy is candle wax and produces a flame?
Asked in Energy
What kind of energy do a burning candle use?
Energy is never "used" it is always converted to another form of energy. Therefore, there must be different forms of energy which are: 1. Chemical 2. Electrical 3. Elastic 4. Nuclear 5. Thermal 6. Gravitational 7. Kinetic 8. Light (9. Sound) When a candle burns the chemical energy is converted into thermal or "heat" energy.
Is there physics in a candle?
Yes, part of physics is studying the transfer of energy from one form to another. Within the candle is chemical potential energy (think about how the candle has to burn in scented candles), when a fire source comes near enough to the candle the chemical potential energy is transferred into thermal energy (heat energy) and radiant energy (visible light energy)