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What is the use of a Bunsen burner?
In short please. Thank you

  • Chemistry -

    A Bunsen burner, if hooked to a gas supply, is a device for heating materials.

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    A small laboratory burner consisting of a vertical metal tube connected to a gas source and producing a very hot flame from a mixture of gas and air let in through adjustable holes at the base. It is mainly used to heat chemicals.

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