A Bunsen burner is a type of device used for heating in a laboratory setting. This apparatus works by adjusting the size of the flame by mixing gas and air in the appropriate amounts.
The Bunsen burner was created by the scientist Robert Bunsen with the University of Heidelberg in 1855. This device usually uses butane or propane as its fuel.The coolest flame on a Bunsen burner is the orange-yellow flame that has a temperature of around 300 degrees Fahrenheit, while the hottest flame is a blue flame that burns at a temperature of around 700 degrees Fahrenheit. The blue flame is distinguishable by the blue triangle located in the center of the flame.