Can lead burn?
If it is heated it can.
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A pale green
Lead burns with a bluish-white flame when ignited. Flame tests useanalysis of flame color to detect the presence of particularelements within a compound.
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I presume you mean molten lead. It would depend on how thick the leather is and how long the molten lead is in contact, but it could happen.
in the UK, leaded fuel was banned in the year 2000, it was replaced for a limited time by LRP(lead replacement petrol) but nowhere in the UK has any of these pumps in their st…ations anymore. Other countries would have banned leaded fuel a different times
It will turn into a gas
nothing it just stinks really bad try not to breathe it in it could be harmless or could kill you in a few minutes
Any burn can cause a degradation of the surface layers of the skin and subcutaneous tissue with subsequent scarring. Immediate problems may include pain, fluid loss and infect…ion. Depending on the type of chemical causing the burn, there may be associated toxic effects.
General Robert Ross commanded the British soldiers that burned the White House,
In the natural carbon cycle, animals exhale carbon dioxide, but plants absorb the gas, with no long-term change in the level, which remained fairly constant in the range 260-2…80 parts per million over the entire period of human history. Even when trees die, are burnt or cut down, there is no change in the long-term concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide, as long as new trees are allowed to grow and absorb as much carbon as the trees they replaced. Fossil fuels have stored additional carbon for millions of years. By burning these fuels (coal, oil and natural gas), we are releasing that carbon in the form of carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas that contributes to global warming.
Coal is of many types. One of them is bituminous coal. When it is burned, it releases very much sulphur gas. This gas combines with the water vapour to form sulphuric acid. It… comes down as acid rain.
yes the burning of the veld can lead to soil erosion cause of the removal of the sufficient material
burning fossil fuels create carbon dioxide which trap the heat from the sun causing our planet to warm up, this is causing the ice caps to melt and sea levels to rise.