What is difference between Fire and Explosion?

Fire  is a process involving rapid oxidation at elevated temperatures accompanied by the evolution of heated gaseous products of combustion, and the emission of visible and invisible radiation.

Fire is a chemical process, which involves burning of any substance (combustion).

The combustible material that burns with the help of oxygen result in the production of heat & light, is called FIRE.


Oxygen + Heat + Fuel = Fire

In other words we can explain as :
Fire is a very rapid chemical reaction between oxygen and a combustible material, which results in the release of heat, light, flames, and smoke.

If You Discover a Fire Follow The 3 A’s

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