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AIR INTAKE AFFECTS BUNSEN BURNER FLAME<br />
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Structure Of Ethylene Flame With Optimum Aeration<br />
An optimum or premixed mix of natural gas and air gives a hot, blue flame with 2 cones, one inside the other. The tip of the inner blue cone is the hottest part of the flame. It is called a non-luminous flame because it provides more heat and less light.

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AIR INTAKE AFFECTS BUNSEN BURNER FLAME
(1 of 3)
Structure Of Ethylene Flame With Optimum Aeration
An optimum or premixed mix of natural gas and air gives a hot, blue flame with 2 cones, one inside the other. The tip of the inner blue cone is the hottest part of the flame. It is called a non-luminous flame because it provides more heat and less light.

Copyright:© 2005 Richard Megna - Fundamental Photographs

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