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A candle flame is the result of burning wax. It is produced by heating the wax until it vaporizes and then igniting the vapor. The heat produced by the flame vaporizes more wax, which is then burned, creating a self-sustaining process. A wick is used to draw melted wax up to the flame.
A candle flame has three major parts (1) the inner dark part (2) the middle luminous part and (3) the outer hot part. Each part has its distinct characteristics.
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