What Is Ignition Temperature of Paper?

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The ignition temperature of materials is the temperature that must be reached before the material will begin to burn. The temperature varies from one type of material to another. The ignition temperature of paper is one of the lowest. This temperature is generally 450 degrees but can be different for specialty papers.
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