Chapter 1 review - Chapter 1- Review Questions 1. Define...

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Chapter 1- Review Questions 1. Define the terms fire and combustion and explain the difference between them. Fire is the process of rapid oxidation that produces heat, light, and flame. Combustion is a chemical reaction in which a combustible material and an oxidizing agent produce heat or energy and other products that continuously sustain or promote the process. The combustion process released energy stays in the reaction, and fire is a form of combustion that emits and dissipates energy in the form of heat and light. 2. Define the term oxidation . Oxidation is the process of combining a substance or material with oxygen. 3. List the three legs of the fire triangle. Fuel, heat, and oxygen 4. List the four legs of the fire tetrahedron. Fuel, heat, oxygen, and chemical reaction 5. Using the fire tetrahedron, describe four methods of fire extinguishment. Cooling, oxygen reduction, removing the fuel supply, and interrupting the chain reaction 6. List the different classifications of fire and give a practical example of each. Class A- wood (ordinary combustibles)
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