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Unread 03-07-2010, 12:14 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by Mo-Dave View Post
I am no chemist but I don't think density would play much of a factor as you say unless you were burning something like rocks or steel that would require a very high heat so more oxygen would be needed.

Yes if the proper amount of intake/oxygen with the proper amount of exhaust/carbon monoxide is applied then lump should burn very close to the same rate as charcoal. I always have leftover lump in my uds for the next cook. You can have all the exhaust you need but lack of oxygen/intake and the fire will still smolder.
Dave
And if you have all the intake you need with limited amount of exhaust you will still smolder the fire.
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