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Offline Anhkha

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Basicly the question is: Which requirements must be fulfilled for Methan to burn and continue to burn?
The tip he wrote if you are having a hard time is "Think Colision theory". Im not really sure what to do and i have a test tomorow. Really appreciate the *delete me*
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What does the collision theory say about reactions? Why, when do they occur?
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Sorry! Im new here, wont happend again. But i guess i will think some more about it before asking again. My bad

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