What is the difference between fly ash and ash?

Fly ash is a result of large amounts of ash created during coal combustion. They are created along with carbon dioxide and other gases. The fine particle ash that comes about as a result of this process flies away along with flue gases. 

 The heavier ash with less refined particles do not rise up and are collected at the bottom of the vessel. This is the standard ash, otherwise also known as coal ash.

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