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Well... think of this like this. If a tree falls in a forest and no one is there to hear it does it make a sound? So, if you aren't there to see a fire, does the fire REALLY exist? Ponder this question, young grasshopper, and you shall have your answer.

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Q: Why do you can not leave a lighted burner with a bule flame or a hot plate unattended?
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Never leave an open flame unattended?

Yes, that is right. It can cause fires if unattended.


Why should you leave a lighted Bunsen with the air hole closed?

Because if the air hole was wide open, the flame will be blue, which is going to be really hot so you have to leave it at a safety yellow flame which is when the air hole is closed when lit. It could be dangerous to leave a Bunsen burner on a blue flame. this is confusing, explain more clearly, geez is dat too much to ask?


How do you be safe using a Bunsen burner?

how to be safe using a Bunsen Burner:1. never leave the flame unattended... especially when on the blue flame.2. always wear safety glasses.3. don't heat up anything metal because they will get very hot.4. don't let young children near the Bunsen burner when it's on.5. always have someone watch it.6. turn the gas off immediately when the flame goes out.


Why is it dangerous to leave an ignited Bunsen burner unattended?

Take it from a volunteer fireman, Never and I mean never, leave any type of fire unattended. Fire can spread faster than you would believe.


What can you use a safety flame for?

When you have to leave your Bunsen burner but need to keep it alight.


When you are not using a Bunsen burner but wish to leave the flame on you should always leave the air hole closed why?

It is less hot


Why should you leave a Bunsen burner with the air hole closed?

Because if the air hole was wide open, the flame will be blue, which is going to be really hot so you have to leave it at a safety yellow flame which is when the air hole is closed when lit. It could be dangerous to leave a Bunsen burner on a blue flame. this is confusing, explain more clearly, geez is dat too much to ask?


Why should you leave the Bunsen burner with the air hole closed?

Because if the air hole was wide open, the flame will be blue, which is going to be really hot so you have to leave it at a safety yellow flame which is when the air hole is closed when lit. It could be dangerous to leave a Bunsen burner on a blue flame. this is confusing, explain more clearly, geez is dat too much to ask?


Why do you need to know witch flame is nosier on a Bunsen burner?

so when you leave the room the bunsen is in the nosier flame (roaring flame)tells the other people that the bunsen is on and they wouldn't burn themselfs


How do you set up a campsite safe from fire?

To set up a campsite that is safe from fire, you should surround the open flame with a nonflammable material such as rocks. In addition, never leave the flame unattended.


How does a yellow flame on a Bunsen burner make things black but the roaring flame doesn't?

The flame of a Bunsen burner that is yellow in color will leave a black carbon residue due to the incorrect mixture of oxygen into the flame. Because there is not enough oxygen for complete combustion, the carbon reside is left behind. When the Bunsen flame has a sufficient amount of oxygen mixed in, hence the 'roaring flame', it has a blue color and does not leave a carbon residue due to complete combustion of the acetylene gas.


Why should you turn a Bunsen burner to a yellow flame if you need to leave it?

The yellow flame is more visible - making it easier for others to see. It's also a colder flame than the blue conical one.