What Is the Temperature of a Burning Match?

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The temperature of a burning match generally ranges between 600 and 800 degrees Celsius or 1,100 to 1,500 degrees Fahrenheit. The hottest part is usually the point just above the very dull blue part on one side of the flame. There is a point at which the flame can get to a temperature of 1400 degrees Celsius.
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