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*Law of conservation of mass "When you burn a log in the fireplace, the resulting ashes hae a mass less than that of the original log. Account for the difference in mass."

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Wrong section?
Energy heat is lost I think or something like that
Mass is lost in the form of energy. In this case, that energy is heat. For example, in a rocket, a lot of it's mass is due to it's fuel. But, once outside earth's field, it's significantly lighter because of the fuel it burned. Same concept, applied differently.

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And yes this should be in the Physics section.
I was right! Haha! I love science I hate math..
ahhh.. sorry about that, guys, this was actually part of an experiment we did in chemistry... :) thanks for answerign though :D
I don't hate math but I like physics better.

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