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How do you make a Flaming Moe?
According to Wikibartender.org - Flaming Moe Drink Recipe
- 1 oz. Brandy
- 1/2 oz. Blackberry Liqueur
- 1 oz. Creme de Menthe
- 1 oz. Pineapple Juice
- 1 oz. Sloe Gin
- 2 tbsp. Grape Cough Syrup (Krusty Non-Narkotik Kough Syrup)
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That is actually a very interesting question. When something like wood starts to burn, it heats the wood itself, and this heat is enough to vapourize many of flammable compoun…ds that makeup wood itself, organic molecules such as ketones, aldehydes, hydrocarbons. Once these molecules escape from the burning piece of wood and encounter oxygen, but as the piece of wood gets hotter and volatile compounds are released faster, the oxygen immediately around the burning wood is consumed and the flammable molecules has to travel further away before it bumps into a oxygen molecule and combust.
Sodium Acetate makes a vivid green / blue flame color.
The non-luminous is made when there is a complete combustion or complete burning process. It happens when there is more than the enough oxygen in the surroundings or in the pl…ace where the process will happen.
Yes just pull the wick out a litle
Usually a product of valve overlap and exhaust. It's basically unburnt fuel coming through and igniting on the hot exhuast tip when it hits the air at the end of the exhaust p…ipe. In aspirated cars it's large valve overlap which helps scavenging and performance in the top end. Turbo cars, due to the large amounts of fuel at full noise. Normally happens after high RMP then throttle snapped shut.
Burning a hydrocarbon with a balanced amount of oxygen. The flame is blue because of how hot it is with the tip of the cone being the hottest part.
A Flame Sucker engine is a variation of a Sterling engine. It may look impressive but it's a very low output device and you won't see one powering your car. The idea i…s that draws in a very hot gas. The valve closes at the end of the down stroke and the gas inside (in contact with the cooler metal cylinder) cools fairly quickly. As it cools the pressure drops and this draws the piston back in a bit. A simple flap-type valve allows the gas to escape as soon as the pressure inside becomes greater than ambient pressure. This is why you always see a flywheel on these machines; the only power comes from that partial up-stroke of the piston. The momentum of the flywheel provides the power to push the rest of the gas out and to pull hot gas in on the down-stroke. Of course, as the piston gets to the top of the cylinder the valve opens to allow it to pull in more hot gas and the cycle repeats.
It is a slang Japanese word refuring to the love of anime, manga and video game characters!
We use to flame the inoculating loop after inoculation because during inoculation many bacterial cell get attached to loop which can further contaminate the inoculation of oth…er cells so to destroy the previous sticked celled it is necessary to flame burn the loop
Do make a color flame with a Bunsen burner you have to twist the collar part around there is 3 settings: A full closed one with no hole makes a colored flame, a half makes a f…lame just enough to see and the last one, which is completely open will make the hole see through but the flame.
By using the correct ratio of oxygen and fuel mixture. Opening the air hole in the Bunsen burner increase the oxygen which helps the flame burner hotter .
It is pretty quiet, because it isn't a roaring flame,
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Luminous flames are formed when the energy released is at a certain part of the electromagnetic spectrum. A red flame is given off when the energy is at the same energy and wa…velength of red light. A yellow sooty flame is much lower energy and caused by a lack of oxygen. Burning fuels produce heat. Heated atoms and/or molecules emit a photon as they return to a lower energy state. Look at various flames, You may see concentric areas that are like layers, each one a different color. The fuel breaks up or is oxidized differently in each layer and each has a distinct temperature and chemical makeup. Not all emitted light from a flame is visible, a lot is emitted in the infrared spectrum which we cannot see but will feel as it heats our skin. Some flames are totally invisible, like from hydrogen. Some emitted light is only at very specific (narrow) frequencies, which we will see as certain colors, light and dark blue from methane premixed with air in a Bunsen burner or stove-top gas range. Hot carbon atoms emit over a very wide range of frequencies at random, so we see yellow light from candles. If hot enough, carbon emits a bluish white light, like from acetylene/oxygen.
How: by opening up the air hole on a Bunsen burner after it is turned on......... What: Some atoms or molecules are not luminous when hot. They emit light outside the spectrum… we can see, like CO2 emits infrared. Others only emit a faint color in the flame. The non-luminous is made when there is a complete combustion or complete burning process. It happens when there is more than the enough oxygen in the surroundings or in the place where the process will happen.