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when you hold a hydrogen filled pipet bulb horizontally with its mouth about 1 cm from a falme while gently squeezing what would you observe?

a. the flame goes out
b. a gentle pop and the flame may have been blown out
c. the flame got bigger
d. nothing happened

I think that the flame got bigger but Im not sure if i did this lab correctly. any ideas what the reaction would or should have been?

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    You should have observed b.

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    why would my flame have looked bigger what do you think i was doing wrong?

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    I wasn't there. I don't know. The only thing I can think of is wind (air currents) may have fanned the flame.

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