After burning candle wax which substance remains in a solid form?
Asked by mazharkhan777 | 5th Sep, 2019, 05:27: PM
Wax is made up of Carbon compounds (mostly it is Parafin). After combustion of wax carbon dioxide is produced. Few parts of wax melt due to high temperature with water. This unburnt part of wax solidified later. In this unburnt part, carbon particles are present.
Answered by Ravi | 6th Sep, 2019, 07:30: PM
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