why doesn't coal have a flame?


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Sep19-13, 12:04 PM
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Wood burns with flame but coal does not. Why?
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Sep19-13, 12:53 PM
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Sep19-13, 12:56 PM
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imitation coal fires have imitation flames

(i can see one from my little bowl! )


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