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What color did your glass -stirring rod emid ? what does this indicate about glass- strirring rod ?
Ans: galss stirring rod emids orange . but i don't know the ans 2 .

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    The yellow or orange color (the actual color you get depends upon just how hot the rod becomes), is due to the Na in glass. You also obtain somewhat of a continuous spectrum with a glowing rod.

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