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In soldering with rosin flux , the temperature may get too high or the soldering time may take too long. In such cases, the flux loses its effect, especially because it burns and gets charred. The emergence of carbonaceous combustion products usually prevents a flawless soldering. This process is referred to as charring or chemical carbonization because charcoal is created from the burning of organic compounds.