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2014-06-03T11:05:49+05:30
Fuel itself doesn't combust, as it's a fraction of crude oil, which is put in a fraction column. All the fractions are put through different liquids at different temps until they turn into liquid form The cells combine creating heat, the fuel reaches flash point, the flame spreads the fuel burns. In automobiles the introduction of spark plugs causes the flash, and the oxygen accelerates the burning process 
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