Why a piece of wood does not catch fire when a lighted mathstick is brought near it
Asked by goel_kavya | 18th Feb, 2019, 10:41: AM
Wood has a high ignition temperature. The heat produced by the single matchstick is not sufficient to burn the wood. Thus, a piece of wood does not catch fire when lightened match stick is brought near it.
Answered by Shiwani Sawant | 18th Feb, 2019, 10:49: AM
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