How does the burning rate of solids (sulfur, carbon, iron, etc.) depend on the concentration of oxygen in the air?

With an increase in the concentration of oxygen in the air, the rate of combustion of solid substances (sulfur, carbon, etc.) also increases, because the number of active collisions leading to a reaction increases.

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