Asked By: Jayden Phillips Date: created: Dec 07 2021
What is the hottest thing in the universe
Answered By: Gordon Thomas Date: created: Dec 08 2021
SupernovaThe hottest thing in the Universe: Supernova The temperatures at the core during the explosion soar up to 100 billion degrees Celsius, 6000 times the temperature of the Sun’s core..
Asked By: Nicholas Hall Date: created: Jun 02 2021
Is Blue Fire dangerous
Answered By: Ashton Reed Date: created: Jun 02 2021
A blue flame means complete combustion is taking place. … The above are all indications of incomplete combustion. The result is that you could be wasting gas and/or generating dangerous carbon monoxide. The latter is a serious safety problem, if it occurs with an indoor appliance.
Asked By: Jose Kelly Date: created: Nov 12 2021
Is there anything hotter than blue fire
Answered By: Wyatt Kelly Date: created: Nov 13 2021
You just can’t get a fire hot enough to burn blue. Stars that are blue-white are around 20,000 K, hotter than any flame we can create on earth. Blue flames like in a gas burner are due to light emitted by small molecules like CH and C2, and the blue is visible because combustion is complete.
Asked By: Oscar Sanchez Date: created: Apr 03 2022
What is hotter yellow or blue flame
Answered By: Tyler Gray Date: created: Apr 03 2022
“Blue flames burn hotter than orange flames, with temperatures reaching up to 3,000 degrees Fahrenheit.” So, blue fire is hotter than yellow or orange fire.
Asked By: Logan Thomas Date: created: Nov 07 2021
Is yellow fire hotter than orange
Answered By: Julian Turner Date: created: Nov 09 2021
The dominant color in a flame changes with temperature. … Near the logs, where most burning is occurring, the fire is white, the hottest color possible for organic material in general, or yellow. Above the yellow region, the color changes to orange, which is cooler, then red, which is cooler still.
Asked By: Hunter Baker Date: created: Jul 07 2021
Is there black fire
Answered By: Harry Wood Date: created: Jul 07 2021
Flames emits light and heat, so it seems impossible to make black fire. However, you actually can make black fire by controlling the wavelengths of absorbed and emitted light.
Asked By: Cameron Jenkins Date: created: Jun 24 2021
What is the hottest color
Answered By: Jason Sanchez Date: created: Jun 26 2021
No matter how high a temperature rises, blue-white is the hottest color we are able to perceive.
Asked By: Hayden Harris Date: created: May 09 2021
How hot is each color of fire
Answered By: Timothy Torres Date: created: May 12 2021
Deep red fire is about 600-800° Celsius (1112-1800° Fahrenheit), orange-yellow is around 1100° Celsius (2012° Fahrenheit), and a white flame is hotter still, ranging from 1300-1500 Celsius (2400-2700° Fahrenheit). A blue flame is the hottest one of all, ranging from 1400-1650° Celsius (2600-3000° Fahrenheit).
Asked By: Hayden Reed Date: created: Aug 21 2021
What do black flames mean
Answered By: Julian Ward Date: created: Aug 23 2021
The black of a flame occasionally seen often is result of incomplete combustion in shortage of oxygen.
Asked By: Fred Gonzales Date: created: Jul 12 2021
Does a black flame candle exist
Answered By: Jonathan Hayes Date: created: Jul 12 2021
Not all candles produce the standard orange-colored flame common in fire. Some produce bright colors due to the candle’s ingredients. To make a black flame candle at home, you need a variety of materials. … Much like the glow of a black light, black flame candles possess an eerie blue-cast glow.
Asked By: Zachary King Date: created: Apr 14 2021
Why is a blue flame preferred over a yellow
Answered By: Samuel Sanchez Date: created: Apr 17 2021
A blue flame from a Bunsen burner transfers more energy than a yellow Bunsen flame as complete combustion gives a blue flame. … This is because a yellow flame produces a lot of soot. Carbon monoxide, soot and water vapour are produced as well as carbon dioxide.
Asked By: Hunter Walker Date: created: Aug 08 2021
Is Blue fire real
Answered By: Oswald Nelson Date: created: Aug 08 2021
It may look like a scene from another planet or some high-tech Hollywood special effects – but this volcano venting bright blue flames is a real, rarely-seen phenomenon of nature. … The glowing, electric-blue flames are caused by combustion of sulfuric gases.
Asked By: Graham Hall Date: created: Feb 13 2021
What color is the hottest star
Answered By: Matthew Phillips Date: created: Feb 15 2021
Blue starsWhite stars are hotter than red and yellow. Blue stars are the hottest stars of all.
Asked By: Adrian Lopez Date: created: Feb 09 2022
How hot is violet fire
Answered By: Norman Washington Date: created: Feb 12 2022
71000 °FViolet: 39400 °C (71000 °F)
Asked By: Geoffrey Torres Date: created: Jul 17 2021
What colors are fire
Answered By: Cyrus Turner Date: created: Jul 18 2021
Generally, the color of a flame may be red, orange, blue, yellow, or white, and is dominated by blackbody radiation from soot and steam.
Asked By: Jack Taylor Date: created: Oct 26 2021
What color flame is hottest
Answered By: Malcolm Patterson Date: created: Oct 26 2021
While blue represents cooler colors to most, it is the opposite in fires, meaning they are the hottest flames. When all flame colors combine, the color is white-blue which is the hottest. Most fires are the result of a chemical reaction between a fuel and oxygen called combustion.
Asked By: David White Date: created: Mar 05 2022
Is black fire dangerous
Answered By: Neil Foster Date: created: Mar 06 2022
If it goes untreated or improperly cleaned, tiny particles of soot can be inhaled deep into the lungs. These toxic particles can cause breathing issues, including aggravated asthma, bronchitis and more severe respiratory illnesses that can restrict your ability to carry out normal activities.
Asked By: Cody Mitchell Date: created: Jan 09 2021
Is fire hotter than lava
Answered By: Peter Thompson Date: created: Jan 11 2021
While lava can be as hot as 2200 F, some flames can be much hotter, such as 3600 F or more, while a candle flame can be as low as 1800 F. Lava is hotter than a typical wood or coal-buring fire, but some flames, such as that of an acetylene torch, is hotter than lava.