No it can't. You need oxygen to burn for it to work.
you need oxygen and fire
yes it does
Fire needs fuel, heat, and oxygen. Oxygen is a component of air. A fire can burn in an atmosphere of pure oxygen, but not in air from which oxygen has been removed.
No. Fire needs oxygen to burn. Nitrogen is not reactive enough to support a reaction such as combustion.
Fire is able to burn due to oxygen. As more oxygen is added, the fire will begin to burn faster and hotter.
fire needs oxygen to burn, because fire is a chemical reaction that needs oxygen. the fire triangle is what fire needs to burn and is this- heat, fuel, and oxygen.
True, fire must have oxygen to burn.
Yes, most fires need oxygen to burn (combustion is a rapid form of oxidation). If there is no continuous supply of oxygen, a fire will go out.
Yes. Fire needs three things to exist: Heat, Fuel and Oxygen (known collectively as the fire triangle).
No. Adding oxygen to a fire will make it burn faster and hotter. In fact, one of the ways of putting out a fire is to cut off the supply of oxygen.
Fire needs fuel and oxygen becausel ultimately, fire is an exothermic. chemical reaction between oxygen and some other susbatnce.
The fire needs oxygen to keep burning, so it there is no oxygen fire can not burn.
Oxygen is needed for a fire to burn.
No. Only oxygen is sufficient for something to combust.
The oxygen that a fire needs is used to support the chemical reaction which takes place when something burns.
Rockets need to carry a steady supply of oxygen so that the fire that takes them off of the ground can burn. You must remember that to have fire you must have oxygen.
It Increases the oxygen available for the fire. Fire needs fuel and oxygen to burn.
No. Fire need fuel, oxygen, and heat to burn. Carbon dioxide is a product of most fires and can actually be used to put fires out.
No it doesn't make something burn. But if something is already burning, it supports the burning. In the fire triangle, which is what makes a fire, it says that you need fuel, oxygen, and something else, that I tend to forget. So, technically, oxygen does make something burn, because you need that oxygen to help it and if you don't have that then it won't burn. So, I say yes, it does.
Oxygen itself. Oxygen is one of the elements necessary for a fire to burn, and the increased presence of it helps to further fuel the fire.
All living things need oxygen in order to survive. Animals, plants, and humans need oxygen. Fire also needs oxygen in order to burn.