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Luminous flame produce deposit on the bottom of the beaker because when the beaker is near the flame, it limits the amount of oxygen for the methane, thus, the deposit (which is Carbon), is produced.

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Why is it not possible to use the luminous flame?

A luminous flame causes the beaker to have soot at the bottom and the luminous flame also does not heat it up properly.


Why should you use a non luminous flame instead of luminous flame?

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