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Flammability is a chemical property that tells whether a substance reacts in the presence of carbon dioxide. Please select the best answer from the choices provided T F

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    Flammability (or Inflammability in UK) relates to how easy a substance is to ignite, or start combustion. Almost all substances cannot ignite when surrounded by carbon dioxide. In fact, carbon dioxide is used to put out fires. So there, make the right conclusion. Useful secret to know: In science and mathematics, many questions can be easily answered by finding out the meaning / definition of the terms. If not immediately, it would guide you on the right track.

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