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Chemical Reaction and Ionization in Flames

  • F. M. Page

Abstract

Although the concept of a flame is clear to everyone, no completely satisfactory definition has been put forward. A flame results from an exothermic gaseous reaction, but not all such reactions sustain flames. A flame temperature may vary between a few hundred and over five thousand degrees, and the luminosity may be due to the spectra of species present in the hot gases, or to the continuous radiation from hot solid particles. A flame, in short, has characteristics in common with many other phenomena but a particular flame may not show all the characteristics. This is due in large part to the complex nature of a flame which does not correspond to any one system capable of definition in terms of equilibrium, but is rather an open assembly of such systems.

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Alkali Metal Reaction Zone Flame Front Burning Velocity Flame Propagation 
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  • F. M. Page
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  1. 1.Department of ChemistryUniversity of Aston in BirminghamBirmingham 4England

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