Define ignition temperature.

The ignition temperature of a substance is the minimum temperature at which the substance catches fire for spontaneous combustion. The ignition temperature is also known as ignition point. Ignition temperature of fuel can be defined as the minimum temperature to which a fuel must be heated so that it may catch fire and start burning.

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