Chemical Reactions

Other Kinds of Chemical Reactions

What is the flash point of a substance?

The flash point of a substance is the temperature above which it can form an ignitable vapor in the air. This requires an ignition source—the vapor may no longer burn if a source of ignition is not present.


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