Burning paper???

Jenny Gagne jengagne at wam.umd.edu
Mon Mar 13 11:00:16 EST 1995


In article <3k0erv$bll at overload.lbl.gov> bks at s27w007.pswfs.gov (Bradley K.  
Sherman) writes:
> I find it a bit hard to believe that all paper burns at 450F plus
> or minus 50F, let alone that it that it is 451 +- (something
> less than .5).

The 451 degrees Fahrenheit is as I recall the temperature at which paper  
spontaneously combusts, not the temperature at which it burns.

jengagne at wam.umd.edu



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