explain why vapors are important to the burning process?

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2 Answers

  • The heat from a fire is so hot that it causes the material it is burning to vaporise, then the vapor expelled is burnt and this vapor is what the flames consume, not the actual solid material.

  • Because solids have strong intermolecular bonds and don’t burn. So the solids have to dissociate to a vapor state, and the vapor burns.

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