The Bunsen Burner
Oxidizing
flame
Hottest
part
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Collar
Air
Spud
Gas
The Bunsen Burner
Oxidizing
flame
Hottest
part
M
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x
t
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Barrel
o
f
G
A
S
a
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A
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R
Collar
Air
Spud
Gas
Robert Bunsen
Lighting a Bunsen Burner
gas valve
outer,
transparent,
dim blue
cone
inner,
less
transparent,
brighter,
greenish-blue
cone
air adjustment
gas
adjustment
Always light match BEFORE turning on gas.
Flame Temperature Distribution
Bunsen / Tirrill
Burner Flame
1540oC
1550oC
1560oC
1540oC
1470oC
1560oC
520oC
1450oC
350oC
300oC
1640oC
1660oC
Meker
Burner Flame
1660oC
1660oC
1670oC
1670oC
1720oC
1720oC
1680oC
1720oC
1775oC
The Bunsen / Tirrill burner and Meker burner differ not only in the higher maximum
temperature produced, but also in heat distribution within the flame.
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