Blue light is of a higher energy than red light. That means that the fire with the blue light is hotter, as the fire must generally be hotter to generate the blue light. For example, in a gas flame, the blue, which is hottest, is in the middle, and any yellow, orange or red is around the outside.
If they are put in contact with each other yes.
There are different temperatures at different parts of the fire. The hottest temperature in most wood fires are found in the red embers after the fire has been going for awhile. These temperatures are from 1200 degrees to 1500 degrees. However, since so much air is circulating around the fire, grates and other nearby object rarely exceed 1000 degrees.The gas fire probably burns at a lower temperature, with the grate also being the hottest part…around 1000 degrees. This is evident because the grates sometimes glow…and iron glows at approx 1000-1100 degrees F.The flue in both cases is usually quite cool, because of the air mixture. In colonial times, some flues were built from WOOD with a mud pack on the inside…. chances are that the normal flue temperature for such an open fire fall in the 250-400 degree range
Safety precautions are neccessary. Incorrect use of electricity can cause electric shock and fire. Both are life threatening and a real risk.
Well i use T.V bulbs Computer and i always sun bbaith in the sun i have a Nintendo Ds what gives away light a glow worm a electric bar fire and i also have a fire what gives away light lightening and expecially the stars.
Earlier forms of lighting, such as gas lights, were expensive, dangerous and gave less light than the electric light. Gas lights could not be used in places with a fire or explosion hazard.
blue is the hottest and red is the coldest
A blue color
Oh, as far as I know, white fire is the hottest, so that leaves it in 1st place, blue 2nd, and orange in 3rd. And orange fire is the coldest you'll ever find!
Yes actually it can be. It's the second hottest fire.
Yes, when you loom at a fire, which color is closest to the fule of the fire is hottest
no it is the blue/purple part of the flame
The comparative of hot is hotter.The superlative of hot is hottest.
Because,Blue is the hottest light/fire and Red is the less hottest light/fire the bluer the fire/light the hotter it is,The redder it gets,the less hotter it gets from the temperature.
actually, the hottest part of a fire IS the blue-green part!
Usually (and hopefully.) Fire is usually orange and yellow, sometimes red. And down at the bottom of the fire, where it's hottest, little bits of green and blue.
The coolest star is red; then yellow; then blue. Like on a fire, the bottom of the fire is really hot so its blue. In the middle of a fire, its mostly yellow. Then, on top, it has a little flame of red. :p