The temperature at which wood combusts varies from 190 to 260 degrees Celsius. The ignition point of wood varies depending on the type of wood and the dryness of the wood. Decayed wood ignites at a temperature of 150 C. More »

A catalytic wood-burning stove uses a catalytic converter to reduce the temperature at which smoke combusts. It allows the smoke to catch fire at a lowered 500 to 550 degrees Fahrenheit rather than the 1,100 degrees requ... More »

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When wood is completely dry and is not a type of artificial wood, the combustion temperature is generally 451 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the Argonne National Laboratory. However, there are many variables, such as m... More »

The flash point of diesel fuel varies between 126 and 205 degrees Fahrenheit (between 52 and 96 degrees Celsius) depending on the type of diesel fuel. Diesel is suitable for use in a compression-ignition engine and is mo... More »

Dichloromethane has a density of 1.33 grams per milliliter at a standard temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. It has a relative density of 2.93 times that of air at sea level. More »

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Ethanol’s thermal (heat) conductivity is 0.171 W/m K at 300K at a temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. Ethanol’s electrical conductivity is zero, because it does not contain any electrolytes, which are required for electri... More »

According to the acid-base tutorial from Tulane University Department of Anesthesia, standard bicarbonate is the bicarbonate concentration under standard conditions of 40 mmHg pCO2, temperature of 37 degrees Celsius and ... More »