Web Results

Flame - Wikipedia


When looking at a flame's temperature there are many factors ... Flame temperatures of common items include a candle at ...

How hot is a candle flame? - Ask a scientist


Jun 12, 2013 ... A candle flame usually burns at around 1000°C, but can vary ... In the photo below the temperature reading is displayed and as you can see it's ...

Temperature of a Candle Flame - Hypertextbook


"The color of a candle flame is similar to that of a blackbody heated to about 1800 degrees Kelvin (K), so the candle flame is said to have a color temperature of ...

Re: What is the temperature of a candle flame? - MadSci Network


May 12, 1998 ... The exact temperature of a candle flames depends on the material being consumed (burned). First, it is important to understand that a candle ...

Fire II: Color and Temperature – Maggie Maggio


Aug 26, 2011 ... The dominant color in a flame changes with temperature. The photo of ... Color also tells us about the temperature of a candle flame. The inner ...

Candle Flame


Candle Flame. Question - Please explain the anatomy of a candle flame. ... Temperature is around 800°C. In a candle the heat from this zone melts nearby wax ...

Flame temperatures


Flame temperatures. Last updated April 6, 2005. Flame temperature is not as simple as it sounds. It depends on many factors, such ... Candle flame, 600-1,400 .

Temperatures in flames and fires - Fire Science and Technology Inc.


Apr 28, 1997 ... First, we must point out that measuring of flame temperatures to a high ... A peak temperature of around 1400°C is found in a candle flame [3].

www.ask.com/youtube?q=Temperature of a Candle Flame&v=7NObXWfxakE
Jul 14, 2011 ... While teaching Chemistry I ask students: Can you imagine how hot a candle flame can be? In general their estimation is very low. Thus the ...

What's the temperature of a candle flame? - Quora


Depends on the type of wax used. Typical modern paraffin candles burn at about 1000 - 1400 degrees C.

More Info

Candle Science - National Candle Association


When you light a candle, the heat of the flame melts the wax near the wick. ... the top of the flame's yellow region, the temperature is approximately 1200<sup>o</sup> C.

How do candles work? | Science of candles - Explain that Stuff


Jun 11, 2016 ... Flame, wick, and melted wax on top of a candle ... It has a relatively low melting point above room temperature (50°–90°C) and melts without ...

The Candle Flame: Measuring the Temperature of a Flame ...


and the temperature of each area, calculating the magnitude of differences ... purpose of this activity is to relate temperature and color in a candle flame, create a.