[動詞] burn, ignite, kindle, fire ; [名詞] inflammation, ignition
- Combustion is a process of energy conversion.
After the tire burns, it releases toxic gases.
A large fire burned out a large forest.
Some items should not be burned, such as metal and some plastics, they should be properly recycled and reused.
Tom's graduation book was burned by the fire.
Gasoline emits a very smelly odor during combustion.
A process of rapid heat release is called combustion.
When you use a gas stove, if there is insufficient oxygen in the room, it will cause incomplete combustion and easy to produce carbon monoxide poisoning, so when cooking food, you must keep the room ventilated.
Complete combustion refers to the reaction in which the combustion aid completely burns.
- After burning wood, a lot of carbon is produced.