What Is the Hottest Part of a Flame?

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The hottest part of a flame is the base that is characterised by a blue glow. A flame is kept on by the oxygen in the atmosphere which is the main gas that supports burning. The colour of a flame is very significant to its temperature.
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If your refering to a Bunsen burner it would be the blue flame. otherwise its like the whole rainbow perspective. Hottest=Coldest. Purple, blue, green, yellow, orange, red.
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Color variation within in a flame is caused by uneven temperature.The hottest
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The blue part of the flame is the hottest & it is around 1400 degrees Celsius. Wow that's hot! Ask us! report this answer. Updated on Thursday, February 02 2012 at 07:35AM EST
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Remember that a fire can be produced by the continuous chemical reaction among these three elements: heat,oxygen,and fuel. The blue part of a flame has the most oxygen and where complete
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There are three parts to the flame, the outside flame (orange/yellow colour), the tip of the inner flame and the inner flame (both blue). The tip of the inner blue flame is actually the hottest.
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