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Who discovered Bunsen burner?

That would be Bunsen then


When would a Bunsen burner be used?

The Bunsen burner is used for heating in laboratory.


What is the function of Bunsen burner base?

The Bunsen burner has a large base to keep the Bunsen burner stable. This is to prevent it from falling, which would burn your desk.


How would you set the Bunsen burner flame for normal heating?

by turning the Bunsen burner on and then turn the air whole until its open!


How would you adjust the Bunsen burner to obtain a luminous flame?

Rotating the barrel of the burner.


What would you use to heat small amount of liquid?

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Why would a flame be flickering on a Bunsen burner?

There may be an intermittent supply of gas, meaning a blockage or hole in the pipe or bunsen.


What piece of lab equipment would not be needed to heat a solution?

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What equipment would be used whenMelting a crystal over a Bunsen burner?

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How a Bunsen burner can display both complete and incomplete combustion?

The Bunsen burner would display complete combustion by producing a "roaring" blue flame and it would display incomplete combustion when you close the air valve complete to cut off the oxygen gas supply, thus creating a yellow flame due to the burning of carbon particles (soot).


How can a Bunsen burner display both complete and incomplete combustion?

The Bunsen burner would display complete combustion by producing a "roaring" blue flame and it would display incomplete combustion when you close the air valve complete to cut off the oxygen gas supply, thus creating a yellow flame due to the burning of carbon particles (soot).


What is the hottest part of the roaring Bunsen burner flame?

The hottest part of the roaring Bunsen burner flame is the blue cone in the center of the flame, however it is not such a good idea to touch it- not that you would though!

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