Bunsen Burner Flame Temperature?

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The temperature of a Bunsen burner's flame varies depending on air flow in the throat holes on the side. At a maximum airflow, the temperature varies between 1100-1200o c.
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The flame temperature of a Bunsen Burner is 1,570 Celsius.
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950 degrees to 1000 degrees, ok, i hope u have fun dude.
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This varies with the adjustment of the flame. If properly adjusted, the blue cone is the hottest. The hottest part i about 1500 oCdegrees.
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1. Turn on the gas tap connected to the Bunsen burner to activate the gas supply. Check that the regulating collar on the Bunsen burner is over the air hole; this ensures that the
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