Yes, wood burning is an example of combustion.
Burning Wood is similiar to Volcanic Ash
A piece of wood by itself is not an example of a chemical reaction. However, when the wood is burned, it chemically combines with oxygen in the air, producing mostly water and carbon dioxide. Because new chemical substances are created in this combustion reaction, the burning of wood is a good example of a chemical reaction.
It is termed to be combustion. Or carbon emission. Burning wood releases the carbon that was stored in the wood.
burning of fuel are the good example of combustion and respiration
Combustion (burning) is a chemical change.
During burning (oxidation) the heat of combustion is released.
combustion is burning -_-
Burning wood is a chemical reaction because combustion (burning) is an oxidation reaction.
Yes, burning wood is a chemical change called combustion.
the burning of wood to heat homes
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burning of fuel
Burning wood is an example of a chemical change because as it's burning it turns into ashes.
Complete combustion produces carbon dioxide. Incomplete combustion produces carbon monoxide.