Asked in Chemistry
What is the temperature for flames?
July 13, 2009 11:55AM
the definition of flame is a phenomenon that occurs during a chemical reaction that gives out light and heat. different substance when giving out flames would have different enrgy. Even the same substance would give out different flames under different circumstances, forexample, most object would have a more violent flame if combusted in oxygen rather than the normal atmosphere. To answer the question, there is no definite temperature for flames...its just really hot