Oak is considered a hardwood while pine is a softwood. Hardwoods are more dense and burn for a greater period of time. While a softwood like pine may produce a vibrant, hot fire for a short period of time, oak will burn at a more even rate.
Oak is much harder than pine, which translates to oak being more dense. A higher density means that there is more wood to be burned before it has all been carbonized. Oak is actually praised for being a very long burning wood and is preferred for this reason. Pine, while burning much more quickly, takes a lot less time to dry. Some people might find this more preferable.
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