It isn't because of gas. It is because white light is split up into all the colours of the visible spectrum when it hits the earths atmosphere, and the blue light bounces around the atmosphere.
the electrons are ripped from the neon atoms this makes ions and free electrons
helium is the gas which makes most of the sun
the gas used in coloured light signs
hydrogen gas is H2 When H2 reacts with oxygen and fire (energy) It is combustion H2+ 02= 2(H20) Which is water. In that state it is water vapor. A popping noise is also made. That is water vapor racing out. The burning splint tests, basically, is when an individual lights a splint. On lighting this splint, it should be placed near a bottle containing hydrogen gas [ H2 ]. On carrying out this action, the glowing splint may increase in size, regarding the size of the flame, that is. The Hydrogen gas, on the other hand, will make a popping sound. The intensity of the 'pop' will depend on the amount of Hydrogen gas collected in the bottle. Take care to ensure that no Hydrogen gas escapes, or is released from the bottle, until the splint is placed, at least 2 inches away from the opening of the bottle.
You can test the presence of hydrogen gas by using a burning splint and if the gas makes a "popping" noise
it will make a popping noise.
Noise is a release of energy, created by the combustion of the hydrogen gas with oxygen to form water. Also, note that a flash of light is similar to this, also being a release of energy.
Get a tune up....the popping noise is caused by excess fuel being burned in the exhaust system,you cant hear it until you take your foot off the gas and the back pressure is reduced...
We hear a popping sound because of the presence of hydrogen gas and hydrogen gas burns completely when exposed to fire.
Use a flame test - light a match and hold it in the gas source. If the flame dies, it's CO2, and if it makes a popping sound, it's Hydrogen.
no it does not
This be a wide range of things does it make the noise when the vehicle is in park and you rev up the engine ? It could be a heat shield on the exhaust system. it does not make the noise if it is just idling....but if you press the gas it makes a noise and when ur driving it makes noise. But I had to put a flang where the header conects to the exaust cuz it was leaking and i thought that was where the noise was comin from but its still makin the noise.
The noise is just the reaction of the vinegar and baking soda taking place. Second opinion: It's hard to argue with that answer, but it might help to add a couple of things. Vinegar and baking soda react to make sodium acetate, water, and CO2 gas. The CO2 bubbles are continually forming and popping. Those little guys are pretty tiny, but when lots of them are popping at once, it makes some noise. That noise is the fizzing, or sizzling you hear.
no it is just gas bubbles popping
it just does. makes a noise. doesnt make a noise. it has to release the gas somehow or it will die. LOL.