ANSWERS: 6
  • The hottest part of a flame is actually just above the upper tip of the flame. This is what I was taught when taking oxy-acetylene welding classes.
  • Can I just put in the tip? It's the hottest part.
  • Your answer is found at the very top point (tip) of the the blue.
    • Roaring
      That was my fathers answer. I thought it was tip of white flame at the time.
    • Ice man
      Your dad was smart. As I aged I realized - maybe the old farts weren't so dumb. Now I are one. : )
  • The part with the cute nose, firm butt cheeks and long legs....
  • The part that touches your arse.
    • beaker95
      My arse hairs could use a good bush fire.....
  • Blue is the hottest. Actually, the hottest part of the candle flame is the blue part, at 1670 degrees F (1400 C.) That is where the flame has the most oxygen and you are getting complete combustion. The reddish part is the coolest part, about 1070 F (800C).
    • Roaring
      Now I will remember. Thanks for the extra detail.
    • Linda Joy
      I remember blue being hottest from chemistry, but as for the rest of that I just Googled it.

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