What are the functions of the parts of a Bunsen burner?
The parts of a Bunsen burner include: the barrel, gas hose, base, collar, air hole and gas flow valve. The Bunsen burner is a small adjustable gas burner that is mainly used in scientific laboratories.
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The Bunsen burner is a source of heat, with flame, largely used inchemical laboratories.
Bunsen burners consist of six parts. The stand keeps it upright,the gas valve helps control the flow of gas, the gas intake inputsthe gas to be used, the air hole and collar f…unction to provide theoxygen needed for a hotter, more controlled flame, and the barrelshoots it up to the combustion point at the top.
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collar for turning to close and open the air hole air hole for allowing oxygen to mix with the gas barrel for the gas to go up gas hose for allowing gas into the Bunsen …burner i hope i understood the question right?
The gas intake and gas valve control the flow of gas. The air holesand collar allow for control over the oxygen taken, with moreproviding a hotter, more controlled flame. The …barrel simply bringsthese materials to the point of combustion.
Funtions of the Bunsen burner: air-hole: to control the amount of air let into the Bunsen burner for combustion. barrel: To allow the flame to beat a suitable height for… burning. base: To support the Bunsen burner so that it will not fall over. collar: helps to adjust the gas being produced gas tap: to store gas. jet: To allow gas to enter the Bunsen Burner ( by helpingppl) Flame: the one part you don't want to forget
collar for turning to close and open the air hole air hole for allowing oxygen to mix with the gas barrel for the gas to go up gas hose for allowing gas into the Bunsen …burner
Bunsen burner is used for heating in a chemical/biological/mineralogical/physical laboratory.
Control of the ratio gas fuel/air in the burner.
A Bunsen burner is a device that is used to heat materials in science. It uses a flow of gas and an air hole to regulate the temperature of the flame.
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A Bunsen burner is used to heat various things in science labs, such as water, asnd other chemicals. It is quite a simple structure, with a rubber tube to supply the gas, a me…tal stand, an air hole, with a cover, and a fairly long tube which the gas goes up through to get to the flame. Bunsen burners can get up to 600 degrees celcius.
parts and uses of the Bunsen burner
The bunsen burner is used to heat items for experiments using acontrollable temperature flame and surface area at which the heatis applied to the vessel.
The Bunsen burner is an instrument, with flame, used for heating in laboratories. .