1) What 2 resources are used up as a candle burns?

2) What has happened to the atoms in these resources?

3) Is it possible to recover these 2 resources after theyve been used?

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  1. oxygen and candle wax.
    Forms CO2 and water
    I think the answer to #3 is no; however, O2 can be recovered with enough time and energy.

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