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How hot is the tip of a cigarette?
How Hot Is the Tip of a Lit Cigarette? The temperature of the tip of a lit cigarette when smoldering is close to 1100 degrees Fahrenheit. The temperature of the tip during a two-second puff can be more than 1600 degrees Fahrenheit. Cigarette tip temperatures are significantly higher than gasoline鈥檚 autoignition threshold of 495 degrees Fahrenheit.
How hot does a cigarette burn get?
Cigarette burns are something that smokers will inevitable deal with at one point in their lives. The tip of a burning cigarette can reach temperatures as high as 495 degrees F.
What is the actual temperature of a lit cigarette?
Well, Mike here it is: We performed a series of experiments in order to determine the actual temperature of the lit cigarette. Here are the results for the temperature at different locations and under different conditions: Temperature without drawing: Side of the lit portion: 400 deg C (or 752 deg F)
Does it matter how hot the gas is when smoking?
It matters how the cigarette actually falls onto the surface to the gasoline. There is a lower chance of autoignition if the cigarette falls on it’s side where the temperature is lower. Also, the temperature of the gasoline itself matters.