Why Is Flour Flammable?

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The flammable property of air is caused by the combination of finely powdered flammable substance and air. This flour must form a highly dispersed dust. This then leads to a flash fire and eventually, a flash explosion.
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Flour explodes under certain conditions for two reasons. The first is that flour
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I vote for flour dust. The cost of materials is so small, why don't you do the experiment? And do it in the basement so you won't attract a lot of attention.
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Flour dust suspended in air is highly flammable, however caster and granulated sugar, while flammable, require a catalyst to ignite. Thanks for 82Asking!
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Flour explodes under certain conditions for two
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