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www.nafed.org/page/whyco2

And finally, CO2 does provide some cooling in the fire zone to complete the ... agent concentrations which are only sufficient to extinguish open flame but will not ...

www.sc.edu/ehs/training/Fire/05_co2.htm

You can recognize a CO2 extinguisher by its hard horn and lack of pressure gauge. ... may not be able to displace enough oxygen to successfully put the fire out.

www.acs.org/content/acs/en/education/whatischemistry/adventures-in-chemistry/experiments/flame-out.html

flame-out. ... Putting the jar over the candle keeps oxygen from outside the jar from getting in. The reaction ... Why does the flame go out when carbon dioxide

www.reference.com/science/carbon-dioxide-used-fire-extinguishers-b9d87a4b76264bdc

According to How Stuff Works, fire extinguishers use carbon dioxide to ... and heat to ignite, and removing any one of those three components can put out a fire .

www.quora.com/Why-do-we-use-carbon-dioxide-in-fire-extinguishers

This is very helpful when you are putting out a fire in a residence and don't want ... The CO2 may not out out as much fire as a dry chemical extinguisher, but the P.R. ... schools did fire mock drill for fighting emergencies with the help of local fire ...

www.stevespanglerscience.com/lab/experiments/co2-extinguisher

Carbon dioxide gas can be a fire extinguisher, but you've probably never put out a candle like this, before. Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a gas that humans interact ...

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Dec 14, 2010 ... Mixing vinegar and baking soda creates carbon dioxide gas, a gas that can snuff out fire. It's practically magic!

www.popsci.com/diy/article/2008-06/let-burning-metals-lie

Jun 11, 2008 ... There's not much you can do to put out a magnesium fire. ... For example, magnesium burns brighter immersed in carbon dioxide than it does in ...

www.explainthatstuff.com/fireextinguisher.html

Mar 27, 2017 ... Photo: Putting out a fire caused, by a mortar attack, with a carbon dioxide ... liquid carbon dioxide stored under pressure in the extinguisher turns back to a gas. ... happen all by itself: things don't burst into flames without help.

www.appstate.edu/~goodmanjm/rcoe/hwr/science/co2_and_fire/co2_and_fire.html

Carbon dioxide is more dense than air and thus can be "poured." Details ... Thus, the gas can be "poured" over the row of candles to put them out. As the ...