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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 ...

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.

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 ...

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 ...

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.

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.

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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 ...

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].

Fire II: Color and Temperature | Maggie Maggio | Smashing Color


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 ...

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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 ...

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 ...

heat - Where is the candle hottest? - Physics Stack Exchange


Nov 29, 2012 ... In the flame or just above the flame tip or some cm above the flame or ... such simple questions: "temperature of candle" brought up the wiki ...