Define ignition temperature of a fuel.


The ignition temperature of a fuel is defined as the minimum or lowest temperature at which a fuel must be heated so that it can catches fire and starts burning.

Extra Information for reference only.

Ignition temperature of the following elements are:-

LPG burns at 454℃, Gasoline burns at 257℃, Methanol at 463℃, and Ethanol at 422℃.

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Updated on: 10-Oct-2022

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