3.6 Combustion

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3.6 Combustion
  1. Combustion reaction
    1. Is a reation of a substance with oxygen, usually acompanied by visible fire.
      1. 3 conditions for this reactions to occur
        1. Combustible substance
          1. Enough oxygen
            1. Right temperature
          2. produces heat, exothermic can lead to:
            1. Flames
              1. Ash
                1. Sparks
            2. Combustion of elements
              1. Most will react with oxygen
                1. The reaction prouct which is formed is called an oxide
              2. Combustion of a compound
                1. When you burn a compound 2 or more can be formed
                2. Incomplete combustion
                  1. Not enough oxygen
                  2. Reagents
                    1. Changes visibly in contact with the substance you want to identify
                      1. Should be:
                        1. Selective
                          1. Sensitive
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