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There is no one simple answer- it will depend on the moisture content of the wood, of the air used in burning the wood, the type of wood, and the draft of air. It is possible to obtain temperatures around 2,500 F under ideal conditions.

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What is the temperature of flame of burning wood?

There is no one simple answer- it will depend on the moisture content of the wood, of the air used in burning the wood, the type of wood, and the draft of air. It is possible to obtain temperatures around 2,500 F under ideal conditions.


What is the difference between a yellow gas flame and a orange gas flame?

Well like with any flame, the lighter the flame, the higher the temperature of the flame. If the flam is burning Yellow, it is at a higher temperature and is burning more oxygen than an orange flame is. That is your difference other than the color.


What is the temperature of flame of a burning piece of cloth?

451º Fahrenheit


Why the stars are different colors?

this observation can be made in general daily. burning wood gives you yellow flame but on a gas stove you get a blue flame. the temperature in both cases are different and colour of flame also. the temperature determines the surface colour of stars


Why does wood flame is yellow where as natural gas flame appears blue?

Answer:Color of a flame depends primarily on its temperature. In the visible spectrum, red is the coolest, blue the warmest. The yellow you see in burning wood is from its lower temperature and the incandescence of fine particles in the flame called soot. The soot is formed because of a lack of oxygen during combustion. Natutral Gas burns at a higer temperature and tends to burn more completely in the environments we use it in, so you see a blue flame and little to no soot.


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temperature and the amount of oxygen. it depends on what kind of flame it is, like if its a gaseous flame or wood flame.


Why is the temperature of a nonluminous flame hotter than the temperature of a luminous flame?

If you refer to organic gas flame, then the nonluminous part refers to complete burning, while the luminous part is tiny carbon particles which did not burn


Is the flame of a match hotter than the flame of a liter?

No, a liter does however burn faster due to the fact that it is burning butane rather than wood.


What is the flash point of solvent?

the temperature at which a material flashes into flame. it may or may not be able to sustain burning at this temperature however.


Why does wood not catch fire when it is heated a little?

The wood will not catch fire until it reached its combustion temperature. If at a lower temperature, the wood will simple smoulder, giving out smoke without a flame.


If water was sprayed on burning wood what element is being reduced?

Water doesn't remove a flammable element from burning wood. It simply lowers the temperature.


What is the duration of Burning Flame?

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