Does fire take oxygen out of the air?



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    Yes – in most cases. Fire is the rapid oxidation of a material with an oxidizer, which is usually oxygen or an oxygen-rich compound, although there are other ones. Most fires that you think of, such as wood or paper fire, involve burning organic compounds (i.e. containing carbon) with oxygen to make carbon oxides and usually water.

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