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Why are fire flames blue?


Blue Flames Indicate Temperatures of 2,300 to 3,000 Degrees Along with the complete burning of carbon, this is why gas-burning fires typically have a blue flame. They heat up more quickly and to higher temperatures than fires using other fuel sources, resulting in a blue flame.

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