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Which gas has the highest flame temperature - hydrogen or carbon

by taregg
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taregg
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Apr9-14, 02:11 PM
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which gas has the highest flame temperature .hydrogen or carbon......and why
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taregg
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Apr9-14, 02:44 PM
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I think carbon .but in touch heat it will be hydrogen. ...is it correct
bigfooted
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Apr9-14, 03:00 PM
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Here is a list of adiabatic (no heat losses) flame temperatures for equivalence ratio 1 (meaning oxygen and fuel are present in stoichiometric ratios and all oxygen and all fuel is burned, this gives the highest flame temperature)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adiabat...me_temperature

The adiabatic flame temperatures can be computed using the formation enthalpies of the species involved in the chemical reaction.

taregg
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Apr10-14, 06:06 AM
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Which gas has the highest flame temperature - hydrogen or carbon

which will support fire flame more...oxygen or ozone


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