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What is fire composed of, in terms of atomic structure?
Fire can't be considered as any form of matter for it to have an atomic structure, instead it is just combustion of vaporising materials.
Any thing that has mass and occupies space is called matter and so fire surely can't be matter. When a material is heated it often vaporises and burning of those vapors in air makes what we call fire. Hope this helps...