Definition of autoignition
autoignitesApparently these additives sufficiently lower the ignition temperature of the particulates that are collected on the trap for the particulates to autoignite. — W. D. Route et al., Oil & Gas Journal, 25 Jan. 1982
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Origin and Etymology of autoignition
aut- + ignition
First Known Use: 1901See Words from the same year
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