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so, we know that red color signifies lower temperatures, blue stands for higher temperatures, with yellow somewhere in between. live wallpapers blue flames. purple and white means we're already doubling in ultra-violet, while beyond, there's x-ray. this means that yellow flames are cooler than the blue ones. but this creates a bit of a problem for us. first, why would you have candle flame that has two distinct colors, yellow and blue, so close together? how can you have a temperature gradient that is so steep, if you will? second, why there's no green? live wallpapers blue flames. finally, is it really possible for some of the materials we use in cooking and home improvement to burn so hot? according to all kinds of chemistry brochures, gases and liquids used in household sammich making do not have very high temperatures. for example, propane peak flame temperature at a normal atmospheric pressure is 1,990 degrees celsius. live wallpapers blue flames.
this is hardly sufficient to justify the blue color. so what gives? finally, the blue color has nothing to do with super-hot black bodies. it is the result of excited molecular radicals in the flame, which mostly emit their light in the blue spectrum. a candle flame is a good example. live wallpapers blue flames. at the base of the wick, the flames will be blue. farther away, there will be less molecular radicals and more soot, resulting in yellow flames. you won't see all of the colors of the spectrum, because they have less to do with the black body properties of the candle and more with the fuel composition and purity. fire colors can easily be manipulated. you all must have seen that one experiment where university students impress high-school children by sprinkling metal powders into flames, changing their color. so yes, there's that trick. you must have been amazed. i know i was.