What temperature does kerosene burn at?

What temperature does kerosene burn at, and for how long, once ignited on a cat?

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I only know the answer to the first part of your question. It burns at approximately 575 degrees F or 287.5 C in open air. I am a vegetarian, so I will let someone else answer the second part of your question.

Free as a bird, it's the next best thing to be. Free as a bird.

Tell your mother you asked this question.

Conservation: Paying more and getting less.

I did.

She laughed.


No we're not twisted. This was the boy in our group that asked. Not me - the sane one.

Tut, tut, child! Everything's got a moral, if only you can find it.

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