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Candles

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Candles consist of two main parts, wax and a wick. The wick is lit to provide light. At one time, they were the main source of nighttime light for in most homes. In more modern settings they are used more for fragrance or mood setting. They come in a variety of shapes, sizes, scents, and colors.
wax poured into a special glass
You need to light another candle
it's magical instrument for transferring yourself to specified place
It is a candle in barbed wire that symbolizes hope and freedom.
The chemicals all depend on the company and color. :)
the red candle will burn faster then the white candle because the red candle has more wax in it and the air causes it to go to the fire and it melts more meme
The colour of a candle flame does not depend on the material being burned. Colours depend on the presence of various metallic atoms in the flame. For various shades of red the material could be: CalciumLithiumMercuryRadiumYttriumZirconium
because the thick candle is fatter and it is hard to melt and a thin candle is thin and its skinney so yee
Candles are made by dipping a wax string in melted candle wax  repetitively.
Yes   Wax candles may be put in carry-on luggage, but their gel-like  counterparts need to be checked at border control.
Something burning is generally stronger than the scent of a candle.
Because, if there is a candle in a closed jar it will almost  immediately go out. This is because fires cannot be lit without  oxygen, and with a closed jar, no oxygen can come in. The fire eats  up all of the oxygen, causing it to go out if not quickly exposed  to oxygen.
Candles that have just come out of the microwave will burn faster  because the microwave has already burned it as it is, adding a  flame will just continue the process. Whereas if it was room  temperature you would have to start the whole process from the  beginning.
the heat of the hot flame is transferred to the colder candlehey brookie bee i hope this helps i got it from study islandgood luck :)
Yes and no, it depends on whether perfumes have been added to the  candle. If perfumes have been added, then yes, the candle will  smell good. If no perfumes are added, the candle will smell like  absoltely nothing. With that said, whether you like the specific  smell of the candle it up to you.
Yes. Radiation is to the emission of energy in rays / waves. Heat  moves through space as energy waves. It is the type of heat one  feels when sitting in front of a fireplace or around a buring camp  fire or in this case a candle all though because the flame will be  smaller (at the buring wick...
As the candle is burning, some of the wax melts and turns into a  gas in the atmosphere.
stop watch, colored candles, black marker, matches, ruler :D
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When you light a candle, the heat from the flame melts the wax near  the burning wick. This liquid wax is then drawn up the wick by  capillary action. The heat of the flame vaporizes the liquid wax by  turning it into a hot gas, which burn. In miost cases the cande has  parffin additive to...
  Depends on the context.   Usually it is a symbol of God's presence and that Jesus is the Light of the World.
It depend on your preferences, but, in my opinion, Yankee Candle is  the best.
The heat initially melts the wax that is drawn into the wick. This  burns and in doing so draws more metled medium to the wick. Because  of the speed of burn and the speed the wax is drawn up the wick  there is also burning of the wick as well
Light, heat and residue checmicals from burning i.e.carbon
white candles burn faster because colored candles have more chemicals which take a longer time to burn,although it also depends on the wick of the candle if it is cheap it wont burn if its a good quality wick it will burn. =) my science fair project...
Because the flame is scorching the wick.
That depends completely on the chemical composition of the  fragrance used and the composition of the candle wax and wick
Candles can be lit with a tinderbox, and then used to light dark dungeons, such as the Lumbridge Cellar dungeon. Candle's won't stay lit forever while in your inventory, so you should bring a tinderbox along in case it goes out. If you need a lightsource to enter a dungeon, it is recommended you use...
they burn faster because purple is a darker color, so the color makes it burn faster than others. so if a candle was white it would burn slower than other colors
You can buy unscented candles and put it in a old pot or pan .Remember you cannot use the pan again after that . put the plain candles in the pot and put it on stove cook till melted .take wax and add food colering or purfume to make it smelll good but it in a glass jar or container . hope this...
It is safe since sand cannot catch on fire.
Either throw it away, or melt it and save up wax to make another  candle.
It depends on the size and company.
after their saturday, shabbos they call it ,they light a candle which is called havdallah candle to let you know that shabbos is over you are allowed to go back to work because on shabbos they are not allowed to work it's a resting day
Check out these steps by viewing these photos: http://picasaweb.google.com/ChristopherAndSandraHealy/IceCandles#1. Put hot water into a bucket with a lid, like the kind of buckets used in cafeterias or commercial kitchens. Cold water will do, but the ice candle will not be as clear.2. When the...
The dye depends strictly on the color.
Ancient Egyptians would wear scented candles on their head during special events and parties. As the candle would melt on their hair (or wig) the candle would let out nice aromas to cover the stink of their bodies.
The Old Woman of the Candles is about a man named Burt who agrees  to stay with his friend Doray at her grandmother's home for Holy  Week. Doray's grandmother tells Burt the story of Santo Entierro,  the dead Christ, and how her family owns the statue. On Good Friday  there is a parade and the...
King Alfred the Great
Regard the candles as being of unit height then the first candle's height after time 't' is 1 - t/6 and the second candle's height is 1 - t/8.When the first candle is half the height of the second candle then :2(1 - t/6) = 1 - t/8 : 2 - t/3 = 1 - t/8 : 1 = t/3 - t/8 = 5t/24 :t = 24/5 = 44/5 hours =...
normally it is a cylinder like shape
It is not the colour that defines the burn rate, its the wick  type/length in conjuction with the composite of the wax
That depends on the company, color, type, and quality.
Either the wick was too close to the bottom to house a flame, the  wick was wet, or there was no oxygen supply (in a closed jar).
  Apart from moths and flying insects, the lighting of a candle does not draw anything, though there may be some symbolic meaning to lighting a candle.
Yes, because they have more chemicals which burn faster
Use old candle wax , melt it down pour into glass container and let harden. Or you can try melting old newspaers with candle wax for a unique creation.
both energy in the form of light and heat and mass in the form of CO2 AND H2O
Wax, a wick, and perfume (optional).
Hydrogen and Carbon
I believe you're referring to the candelabra that holds 7 candles. That is called a 'menorah'.
No. The paschal ( I believe i have it spelled correctly) or Pascal candle is associated with Easter and the season running from Easter Sunday to the Pentecost- it is a long-running, big, ceremonial candle usually on the altar up front and center.
  == Answer ==   What i have done was place a old terrycloth towel over the wax, then ran a hot iron over the towel until the wax was absorbed into the towel, and away from the clothes. 
The concept of the powerful hand candle is the symbolism of God's complete sovereign mercy over all situations. In fact, there are times when you want something and it is not good for you. This is why in it you ask God to close the door to those things which are not meant for you and to open doors...
Scented aromatherapy candles.
It all depends on what sense you are speaking of; because in the "olden days," as you say, candles were used in order to provide some light in dark places.
A candle melts easliy because of its makeup and the heat added to the wick of the candle, melts the wax because the bottom of the flame is blue and therefore the hottest part of the flame.
Make sure you are not close to any wind!!!!!! In addition, oxygen and the wick are needed to continue the flame. If the wick runs out, or if the candle is put in an oxygen-free environment the candle will burn out.
The candle represents God as a person, a positive Reinforcement to life. It also is a light to hope, when more candles are lit the stronger the bond is to you, to life and God.
  place the curtains in the freezer, after several hours the wax should crumble when done.
  Jack be nimble   Jack be quick   Jack jump over the candle stick
yes the mountain candle is real caause there can be a candle on a mountain!!!(:
No. The wax gets hard again when it cools. If you heat it again, it melts again. You can keep doing that all day. That means it is reversible.
There are no candles specifically for lent. I believe you are instead thinking of advent and the advent wreath, in which case each candle represents a different theme for each week.
A physical change in a candle is that the candle turns from a solid to a liquid .
  Yes,you can kiss my butt and get back to work   Yes,you can kiss my butt and get back to work   Yes,you can kiss my butt and get back to work
This is a sentence with the word candle in it. Last thing before you go to bed extinguish all candles, empty ashtrays, check the kitchen and close all doors.
Candles are important to Christians in that the symbolize the light of God that comes into the world through the birth of his son, Jesus. The light of God will lead a person through life and away from darkness and evil. "The Candles as Christian Symbols represents the light of God or the light of...
A candle shop is a shop that sells candles.
How? Candles are inanimate, meaning they don't move. The only possible source of movement is melted wax flowing down the sides, or the wick falling over as it burns.
Go to craft stores and purchase wax, scents, coloring, mould. Melt wax, add the scents colorings, stir. Pour into mould and let to cool.
it means God is present
because the colored have more chemical it takes longer to burn out
If we look at a burning candle, we'll see that the wax (paraffin) is melting and being wicked up to the flame where it burns. The wax is a complex hydrocarbon, and the heat of the continuous chemical reactions in the flame breaks the hydrocarbon chains in the presence of oxygen to form (idealy)...
When the candle flame is burning, the flame heats the wax which melts it, the wick pulls in the liquid wax into the flame as fuel (this is why the wick doesn't just burn away). Think of a napkin soaking up water. The wax then burns in the flame and "disappears".
Yes. It was stated in the story of Icarus that he accidentally lit the wax used to make the wings on fire. That is why his father warns him not to fly too close to the sun!
A candle jar in microbiology is used for anaerobiosis in which a lit candle is placed in an air tight jar and if it went out, it would be because it used up all the available oxygen.
Lighting the wick is the catalyst for making the candle melt. At first, the wick itself catches on fire until the wick burns down to the wax. When it reaches the wax, the flame turns solid wax to liquid wax (because the flame reaches the temperature needed for this physical change). Then, the liquid...
the colored ones have chemicals in it that makes it burn faster
The light of Christ entering the world "bringing us out of darkness into his marvelous light"
Assuming that you mean paraffin wax as the regular, the major difference would be that paraffin wax is not a renewable resource. It is made from refined petroleum, whereas bees wax is made from bees. It is biodegradable and is a softer wax which can be rolled into candles without melting.
Put it in the Freezer for about 1/2hour falls right out
all candles aremade of wax, do it dosent matter waht colour it is it is amde of wax, or sometimes bees wax
The wax in the candle contains chemical energy. When you burn the candle the chemical energy is transferred into heat (thermal) and light energy.