Most lava or magma types will fall in a temperature range of 1300-2400oF (700 to 1300oC). It all depends on the type of lava.
It depends on the type of lava. Basaltic lava, the most common type, is 1,800 to 2,100 degrees Fahrenheit. Other types of lava are cooler. The lowest temperature lava is the carbonatite lava, found only at the volcano Ol Doinyo Lengai in Tanzania is about 950 degrees Fahrenheit. Well,Rock turns into lava at 600-1200 Degrees Celsius, So maybe 800 and higher the temperature of Lava from Hawaiian Volcanos is about 1150 Degrees Celsius.
The answer depends on the composition of the lava.
Silica content of lava, as well as the temperature of the lava.
No. Although some kinds of lava are hotter than others, no lava is "cold." The lowest temperature lava in the world, the carbonatite lava of Ol Doinyo Lengai, has a temperature of over 900 degrees Fahrenheit.
with a thermocouple
When the temperature of lava increases, its viscosity will decrease. Viscosity is a measure of the magnitude of internal friction of a substance.
Yes. The temperature of the liquid and the wax both affect the action of a lava lamp.
As far as temperature, lava would win hands down.
No, you cannot open your eyes in lava. The temperature of lava is extreme and it would burn anything it touches.
The viscosity of lava depends on the lava type ie minerals in original melted substance and temperature
The most common lava, basaltic lava, generally solidifies at around 1,800 degrees Fahrenheit.
No. "Fire" is super-heated air; lava is molten rock. Lava is much hotter.