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thread483-200502: auto ignition temperature

Hi All,

I need the auto ignition temperature of n-Butane vapor from a source such as NPFA 497 or Article 500 of National Electric Code. The table referenced in the above thread says it is 370 Deg C, but I need a copy of the page from the source such as NFPA 497 as different internet sources are giving different values for
n-Butane.

Thanks and Regards,
Pavan Kumar

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