Chemical Reactions

Other Kinds of Chemical Reactions

What is the autoignition temperature of a substance?

The autoignition temperature is similar to the flash point, except that it does not require an ignition source to begin or to continue burning. Above the autoignition temperature, the vapor will start to burn, and continue to burn, even in the absence of any ignition source.


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