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Explain different zones of flame?

Asked by Cody Martin(student) , on 1/12/10

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Sorry this question is from combustion and flame.

Posted by Cody Martin(student)on 1/12/10

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THE OUTER ZONE OF COMPLETE COMBUSTION IS THE HOTTEST PART,BLUE IN COLOR.

THE MIDDLE ZONE OF PARTIAL COMBUSTION IS MODERATELY HOT,YELLOW IN COLOR.

THE INNERMOST ZONE OF UNBURNT WAX VAPOURS IS LEAST HOT,BLACK IN COLOR.

Posted by Kanu S(student)on 1/12/10

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Hi codymartin,
The different zones present in a candle flame are as follows.
1. Innermost zone or the luminous zone
2. Middle zone
3. Outer zone or the non-luminous zone
Characteristics of the these zones are tabulated as follows:
Different zones of a candle
Innermost zone
Middle zone
Outermost zone
Temperature
Minimum
Moderate
Maximum
Combustion
Zone of unburnt carbon particles
Zone of partial combustion
Zone of complete combustion
@ KanuS
Good answer!! We really appreciate your contribution to this forum. Keep posting!
Best Wishes!

Posted by Shveta Dua(MeritNation Expert)on 2/12/10

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