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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flame

An important one is that a flame's color does not necessarily determine a temperature comparison because black-body ...

maggiemaggio.com/color/2011/08/fire-ii-color-and-temperature

Aug 26, 2011 ... The dominant color in a flame changes with temperature. The photo of the fireplace fire is a good example of this variation. Near the logs ...

sciencing.com/colors-fire-hot-8631323.html

Apr 25, 2017 ... Flame color isn't only dependent on temperature but also on the chemical composition of the fuel. As the temperature becomes hot enough for ...

pslc.ws/fire/howwhy/flameco.htm

Flame Colors. Flames have many different colors that range from blue to red to orange to yellow. It's even ... The Color of Hot Objects at Different Temperatures ...

www.decodedscience.org/colors-fire-flames/40609

Dec 19, 2013 ... One important parameter affecting the color of the flame is its temperature; to understand this, we have to consider black body radiation ...

wonderopolis.org/wonder/what-is-the-color-of-fire

Flames take on different colors for various reasons. Two of the most important factors are temperature and the chemical composition of the fuel. Let's first take a  ...

www.elgas.com.au/blog/1585-why-does-a-gas-flame-burn-blue-lpg-gas-natural-propane-methane

Blue gas flames are good. Red/Yellow flames are not. Why gas flames are blue colour, what temperature and why it's important for safety & saving money…

www.reference.com/science/color-hottest-flame-ea25c95668a5b0d1

The hottest flame is violet on the color spectrum and white in the visible spectrum. The type of fuel and impurities, in addition to the flame temperature, contribute ...

van.physics.illinois.edu/qa/listing.php?id=1545

Sometimes that's more important than the temperature of the flame in setting the color. Some chemicals burn with a blue color, for example, ...