Chemical elements
  Oxygen
    Phlogiston
    Isotopes
    Energy
    Production
    Application
    Physical Properties
    Chemical Properties
      Oxidation
      Slow oxidation
      Selective oxidation
      Combustion
      Flame
        Cool Flame
        Hydrogen Flame
        Candle Flame
        Coal-gas Flame
        Temperature-Luminosity
        Pressure-Luminosity
        Cyanogen Flame
        Reciprocal Combustion
        CO Combustion
        2CO = CO2+C
        CO+H2O = CO2+H2
      Inflammation Limits
      Ignition Temperatures
      Flame Uniform Propagation
      Gaseous Explosions
    Ozone
    Atmosphere
    Water
    Hydrogen peroxide

Flame






Flame has already been defined as a mass of gas raised to incandescence. It will be observed that this definition does not limit flame to such phenomena as are attendant upon combustion; it simply postulates the existence of vapour or gas. Whilst flames may and often do exist under conditions excluding all types of combustion, as for example during the electric discharges through rarefied gases, in the majority of cases flames are the result of rapid oxidation.


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