Self-ignition of materials without external ignition source differs from one material to another.
For wood, its self-ignition point is 300° C.
Heated to this temperature, wood releases hydrocarbons which when mixed with atmospheric oxygen causes a reaction that ignites wood.
To cite just one example, cotton has a higher resistance which is located around 407° C.
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