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does the flame of gas stove emit light?explain

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  1. Yes, it emits a bluish light, but not very much. You should be able to see the flame with the lights out.

    The light is emitted mostly by unstable C2 and CN molecules in the reaction zone. Those species disappear above the flame.

    If you do not premix the air with the gas below the burner flame, you would get a very bright yellow flame.

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  2. yes i love him

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  3. Yes the flame of light emit light because it is fire which emit light

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  5. Not right answer

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  6. Yes the flame of the gas stove emit light but nt very much. And its because it is the fire which emit light and we can also say that fire is a luminous body then only the gas stove emit light

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  7. That is the correct answer
    Because its a luminous object

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  8. I ALSO THINK IT IS NOT THE RIGHT ANSWER AND IS NOT
    SUITABLE BECAUSE IT IS DESCRIBING ABOUT FIRE.WHICH IS NOT THE QUESTION THAT I A.M. ASKING.THIS IS VERY WRONG.I WANT THE ACCURATE ANSWER.PLEASEÈEEEEEEW

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  11. The I would says what my other friends said that it

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  12. Fth

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  13. Yes it emits light

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