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2015-12-30T20:32:22+05:30
Combustion is a chemical reaction chemical that occurs between a fuel and an oxidizing agent that produces energy, usually in the form of heat and light.
      
Substances that burn easily or catch fire easily are called combustible substances. Paper, clothes, wood, LPG are all combustible substances. Without these substances, a fire cannot be started.
     
A non combustible substance is that which is not capable of igniting and burning. Examples of non - combustible materials include Portland cement concrete, gypsum concrete or magnesite.
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2015-12-30T20:48:34+05:30
Combustion is a chemical process in which a substance reacts rapidly with oxygen and gives off heat. The original substance is called the fuel, and the Combustible substance : Substances that burn easily or catch fire easily are called combustible substances. Paper, clothes, wood, LPG are all combustible substances. Without these substances, a fire cannot be started. Non combustible substance: the substances that will not ignite or burn and will not catch fire easily. Example: wood
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Generally, people face the dilemma on how to measure and classify these two terms. Yes, it is possible to extort desired facts on the basis of substances that are ‘flammable’ and those are ‘inflammable’.

The heat of combustion of substances is calculated by a method called calorimetry. The concept applied to formulate the heat of combustion is pretty simple. A genuine calorimeter works with the help of a container which contains a substance of recognized properties. The certain material for wh