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What are the advantages of using a non-luminous flame?

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Non- Luminous can burn efficiently because luminous flames don't burn as efficiently as non-luminous ones, they don't produce as much energy. This means that the non-luminous flames have a lot more energy than luminous ones, and their flames are actually hotter. This is why the luminous ones look yellow and the non-luminous ones look blue. Hotter flames burn blue and (relatively) cooler ones burn yellow.

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