Saturday, September 28, 2013

There are various chemicals that impart color to the flames. Boron in this case the green color imp


We can color the fire making it burn in the presence of various substances. Perhaps the simplest way to do this is take a little salt on the stove burner and see yellow glycerin flames.
There are various chemicals that impart color to the flames. Boron in this case the green color imparted to the flame. We can use different boron compounds to color flames. Another common boron compound is borax (Na 2 B 2 O 7)
To create green fire can do the following: Disolvamos boric acid in alcohol (methanol ideally, but if there is, ethanol serves well) fill, to saturate a cotton ball with alcohol with boric acid Encendámoslo
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