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How to put out a fire?

How to put out a fire?

In this lesson you will familiarise yourselves with the basics of firefighting.

Chemistry

Author: Horváthné Kunstár Andrea

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Keywords

firefighting, fire, combustion, burning with flame, incandescence, self-ignition, conflagration, oxygen, combustion temperature, combustible substance, oxidation, combustion product, smoke, ash, sand, water, firefighting foam, heat generation, electric current production, internal combustion engine, burn, cooking, fire station, fire brigade, fire alarm, torch, candle, emergency call, campfire, forest fire, siren, chemistry, technology, experiment, energy, general chemistry, nature study

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