yellow flames are created when the fuel turns into vapour and burns . if the fuel is a clean fuel then if we heat it it produces only heat not a light producing flame(blue flame).If the fuel burns with a yellow flame it means it is not burnt completely and releases unburnt carbon (clean fuel produce CO2.
There are different reasons for flames being yellow and the properties depend on the reason.
because yellow flames dont burn effectively and leave carbon so burning with yellow flames leaves soot on the glassware
Blue flames are considerably hotter than yellow flames.
Its comes from the dirty of the flame if its red its the dirty the blue is pure so that's it
Flames change colour according to what is being burnt and whether it is complete or incomplete combustion. Blue flames usually come about due to gas being burnt as that is complete combustion so all of the gas is burnt with no bi-products. Yellow flames however, the ones that usually come about due to wood being burnt come about because of the soot (carbon) produced when it is burnt. The soot burning is what produces the yellow flames. Flames can be all sorts of colours though, for instance, if you burn copper oxide then the flame will be green.
Because the bottom part of the flame is normally blue, and as it rises throughout the flame it changes its color to yellow. They call this the dirty flame because the original color is blue, and has become 'dirty' and changed to yellow.
The two types of flames a Bunsen burner can produce are a luminous, yellow flame and a "roaring" blue flame. The blue flame is much hotter than the yellow flame.
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Blue flames can be an indicator of temperature, because blue flames burn hotter than yellow flames, or it could be a chemical that burns blue. Something else that could create blue flames in a gas fireplace is if the air-to-gas mixture ratio is off, more air means bluer flames.
A bunsen burner with any flame is dangerous, because fire is hot! But, blue flames are hotter than yellow flames.
its highly visible and cooler than other coloured flames
The hotter the flame, the less color (and light) given off. Bright, yellow flames are the result of carbon that has not been burned, where blue flames indicate a near total burning of the fuel. Other chemicals present in the wood can color flames- sometimes added for the appearance- red, yellow, blue, green.
The yellow flame gets to be 1800* F. Flames stay yellow because of bits of soot that do not burn hot enough to make it hotter or turn blue.
its really hot over 3000 degrees Celsius. there are flames. its yellow.
The yellow flame, containing unburned carbon, is considered as bad.
yes, they are. here are the flame colors in order from hottest to coolest. white - hottest blue - hotter yellow - hot orange - cooler than yellow red - cooler than all of above
luminous flames have a bluish to violet color and it means that the system is given enough oxygen for the reaction. Luminous flames will not produce soot. non luminous flames are orange, red, and yellow much like your everyday campfire but this system is not given enough oxygen therefore produce soot.
Red is more of a classic color, unlike yellow. Also, lighter colors (such as yellow) dirty faster.
The propane grills flames yellow and cause soot buildup due to a excessive dirtying of the vents.
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All I can say is it probably had really dirty fur.