what happens when you put pottery on a bunsen burner
It is important to turn off a Bunsen burner near ethanol because it is highly flammable and could ignite if it comes into contact with an open flame.
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A radiant burner is made out of ceramic glass. It's essentially the same thing.
an alcohol lamp is not better than the Bunsen burner, which can make a flame more higher and stronger.. Because alcohol lamp is used to flame and can burn the environment arround you. Bunser burner is more unique than the alcohol lamp. This alcohol lamp is very dangerous when not use properly. When an alcohol lamp is lighting or it flames, use the cover to prevent it and make the flame be gone for an instant without harming yourself or the objects around you cannot be destroyed.>>>>m.j (14)use to contain a chemical in a cylinder flask.d q alam kung tama to? haha pki improve nalang po :)m.j (14)
yes because it was invented by robert bunsen
NO , he didn't , Robert Bunsen is the scientist credited with bringing the Bunsen burner into laboratories and he has the honor of the burner being called after him.
No Bunsen did not create the bunsen burner.
Robert Bunsen invented the Bunsen burner if that is what you mean?
Robert Bunsen invented the Bunsen burner.
A wire gauze is placed on a tripod stand on top of a Bunsen burner.
The stick used to light a Bunsen burner is called a splint however you have to light the splint with a match
Robert Bunsen invented the Bunsen Burner in 1867.
This burner was created by Desaga and Bunsen.
Robert BunsenRobert Bunsen was the inventor of the Bunsen burner.
Because it is named after Robert Bunsen, the person who invented the burner.
Robert Bunsen was the person who invented the Bunsen burner in 1855.