Reaction Kinetics

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I have been studying a journal, and their objective is to find the ignition temperature, which can shift a reaction from being kinetics-controlled to being diffusion-controlled.
What is the advantage of a reaction being diffusion-controlled over a reaction being kinetics-controlled?

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