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Answer to Question #41586 in Other Chemistry for EDWARD

Question #41586
DEAR SIR
A pyrophoric substance is a substance that ignites spontaneously in air at or below 54.55 °C Examples are iron sulfide .can you explain me for example H2S HOW TO BURN WITH OUT SPARK? (CHEMICAL FORMULA OR MECHANISM)
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Expert's answer
You just have to heat up your substance above the ignition temperature and it will begin to burn spontaneously. The chemical equation for this reaction is the same as when your substance is ignited by sparks.

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