What is a bunson burner.?


because ruby made it out of cheese
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Hook the Bunsen burner up to a gas source or tap using rubber
Bunsen burner, is named after the German chemist Robert Wilhelm Bunsen. It was invented in 1855, by his laboratory assistant, Peter Desaga.
I tried to find out while in a chemistry lesson when I was at school. We were given some of these 'brand new' (ok it was a while ago) digital thermometers. As an experiment I stuck
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A Bunsen burner is an equipment used in the laboratory for heating and combustion. It consists of a metal base and a tube, which is connected to a gas source. ...
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