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"The Ignition Temperature of a Fuel is 80°C". What Does this Mean? - CBSE Class 10 - Science

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"The ignition temperature of a fuel is 80°C". What does this mean?

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If the ignition temperature of a fuel is 80°C, it means that the fuel must be heated up to 80°C to burn. No fuel can burn unless it is heated to its ignition temperature.

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Solution "The Ignition Temperature of a Fuel is 80°C". What Does this Mean? Concept: Conventional Sources of Energy.
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