What Is the Temperature of Fire?

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Different types of fires have different temperatures and flames depending on their composition. The temperature of an oxyhydrogen flame is 2000 °C or more, a candle flame is 1000 °C, blowtorch flame is 1300 °C and Bunsen burner flame ranges from 1300 to 1,600 °C.
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The temperature of fire varies from the source of the fire depending on what is burning. The temperature can range from 1000°C to 1600°C. For example a candle flame burns at low temperature of about 1000°C while a relatively larger flame burns at an extremely high temperature
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