- Products of combustion
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- found: Work cat.: Copham, C.A. Properties of concrete with fly ash containing wood ash, 1996.
- found: Informationsphere.com, via WWW, Nov. 4, 2005 (combustion product ... substance produced during the burning or oxidation of a material)
- found: SGIA glossary of terms, via WWW, Nov. 4, 2005 (combustion product -- matter resulting from combustion such as flue gases, ash, and water vapor)
- found: International encyclopedia of heat & mass transfer, 1997: pp. 171-172 (Combustion is the burning of materials (fuels), usually by reaction with the oxygen in the air. During the reaction heat is released, and some of the common chemical products of burning are carbon dioxide, water vapour and soot ... Combustion products may include a number of pollutants such as carbon monoxide, oxides of nitrogen, sulphur dioxide, particulates, unburned hydrocarbons and dioxins)
- found: Colliers encyclopedia, 1995: v. 7, p. 41 (The lowest temperature at which combustion begins is known as the kindling (ignition) temperature. Following ignition, the fuel and oxidizer reactants combine to form combustion products and to release heat)
- notfound: McGraw-Hill dictionary of scientific and technical terms, 2003;Academic Press dictionary of science and technology, 1992;Chambers dictionary of science and technology, 1999
- 2005-11-16: new
- 2006-03-30: revised
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