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Science is so important?

Science is so important?

Science is so important because the way things ignite and burn is dependent on very simple definitions of the physical state in which they occur. Solid, Liquid or Gas are very important facts when the behaviour of materials is considered.

Things burn in the gas phase so how easily they become a gas plays a crucial role in determining how easily they burn. Heat is one factor in turning a solid into a gas.

See Fire Triangle

Peter Wragg
Peter Wragg
pjw@fretwork.org.uk
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