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Charcoal is a lightweight black carbon and ash residue that is produced by removing water and other constituents from animal and vegetation substances. It is produced by slowly heating wood in the absence of oxygen. The advantage of using charcoal is that it can be burnt at a higher temperature and it gives off very little smoke, unlike burning normal wood which more

Charcoal is a lightweight black carbon and ash residue that is produced by removing water and other constituents from animal and vegetation substances. It is produced by slowly heating wood in the absence of oxygen. The advantage of using charcoal is that it can be burnt at a higher temperature and it gives off very little smoke, unlike burning normal wood which gives off a large amount of steam and soot in its smoke. There are different types of charcoal, including activated charcoal, common charcoal and lump charcoal. They are made from different types of wood burnt under different conditions in order to produce products that can be used in different ways.

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