Yes. Red comes from the lowest energy range of and blue from the highest. LMAO So when an object gets hot enough to glow it produces red light first. As the object gets hotter it begins to emit yellow, green, then blue light. But it doesn't stop producing the red light either. So when the object is very hot it is producing red, yellow, green, and blue light. Since white light is all the colors combined, the object looks white.
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
Yes, From what i know Red Flames are 1800F...Orange is 2200F... and White is 2700F. I'm Trying to Find out how much it Need for a Pure Blue Fire
Technically, all colours of fire are the same temperature, but with colour, they get more condensed/concentrated; for instance, red fire could be as hot as blue fire, but blue fire would appear hotter to the touch because it is more concentrated. Anyway, from least condensed to most it goes: Red, Blue, Green, Purple, White.
No, yellow is hotter. The progression, from least hot to hottest, goes: black-red, dark red, bright red, light red, orange, yellow, blue, white-yellow, white.
Its colour. White stars are hotter than blue stars which are hotter than yellow which are hotter than orange, which are hotter than red.
No, the surface temperature of Betelgeuse is colder than the temperature of a white dwarf, the white dwarf is the hot core of a dead star. Also, red stars are always colder than white stars.
When some objects get hot enough, they glow, given off a faint red light . If they get even hotter, the glow turns into white light. The objects are said to be white light
Red giants are not hotter than white dwarfs. While red giants are much larger and burn more fuel, white dwarfs burn at a higher temperature.
Yes it is
The hottest stars are blue or blue-white, the coldest stars are red. In between, from colder to hotter are orange and yellow and maybe green. A white dwarf star is even hotter than a blue-white star, but it is dead and no longer undergoing fusion.
White Dwarves and Blue giants are both hotter than Red giant stars.
blue and white stars are hotter than red stars (and newer).
False. Blue giants(or hypergiants) are hotter than Red giant stars. White dwarves are also hotter but they are smaller than blue giants. (As is implied by the name.)
The blue star is the hottest.