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What is the temperature of a lit cigarette?

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There was a study! Temperature without drawing: Side of the lit portion
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Between 400C (752F) and 580C (1112F) when not being drawn, 700C (1292F) when being drawn. Source(s): http://www.physlink.com/Education/AskExp…
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3500 degrees Fahrenheit which is VERY hot to my experience.
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Well it may vary a lot. It mostly depends on: - voltage of the battery (from 3 up to 6 volts) - the level of the heating resistance (from 1.5 ohms to 6 ohms) But also: - the wetness
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