Steel wool burning in oxygen

Steel wool burning in oxygen

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Caption: Steel wool burning. Steel wool burning in oxygen over a gas flame. Steel, which consists mostly of the metal iron, normally melts when heated up. But if its surface area is large enough oxygen, the iron oxidises to produce a bright flame and leave a deposit of iron oxide.

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Keywords: brillo pad, burning, chemical, chemistry, combustion, flame, iron, steel, steel wool, wool

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