Why Is Coal Flammable?


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Because it has ancient animals in it so it burns
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yuan hui answered
Because coal is the remains of ancient plants buried in the strata or in the earth's crust through a series of very complex changes in shape. Is composed of organic and inorganic complex mixture, mainly containing carbon, in addition to containing a small amount of hydrogen, nitrogen, sulfur, oxygen and other elements, as well as inorganic minerals.

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