The temperature of flames depends on the fuel being burned. Ordinary wood flames burn yellow-orange and range in temperatures from 300 to 900 degrees. Blue and green flames are much hotter, and some flames can be so hot their flames are impossible to see with the naked eye. The hottest flames that can be achieved and measured are done so by burning Cyanogen and can reach temperatures exceeding 8100 degrees Fahrenheit.
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