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When an object catches fire, you are advised to wrap a woollen blanket around it. Can you explain why? (Hint: Air is needed for burning.)


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When an object catches fire, we are advised to wrap a woollen blanket around it to cut the air supply. Air is needed for burning. On wrapping the blanket around the object, no air will be available to the object and it will stop burning.

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Active Science
Standard VI

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