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A typical chemical reaction takes place when a candle burns. The wax, by reacting with the oxygen in the air, forms water vapor and carbon dioxide. If two burning candles are available and one is blown out, it can be reignited by bringing the second burning candle close to the smoke.


  • Combustion Reaction
  • Phases of Matter
  • Materials Science