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Generally, burning is when oxygen is combined with something, and snow is water which is hydrogen and oxygen, so technically snow is already burned. However, if you really want to push it, you could use chlorine trifluoride - but stay away!

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Can you give chemical equation of the reaction.

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I will once I get my iPad do do subscript text - formatting guide doesn't seem to work on it

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