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***The small print: The holder is fully responsibly for their actions while using a Bunsen burner and any failure to act safely will result in the immediate revocation of the licence. identify and name the parts of a Bunsen burner set up a Bunsen burner correctly and light it safely adjust the flame appropriately and use the Bunsen burner safely

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Mastery of the Bunsen burner is a major milestone for any science student. Learn the parts of the Bunsen burner, understand its function and be able to interpret a diagram of science's most famous ...

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Labelled diagram of a Bunsen burner. STUDY. PLAY. Inner Cone. the tip of the blue inner flame is the hottest part. chimney or barrel. raises the height of the flame for easy use. air hole. to adjust the flame from a luminous flame to a non-luminous flame and allow mixing of gases (combustion)

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Bunsen burner. Demonstrating how to light a Bunsen burner – whole class (12 minutes) 5. The teacher demonstrates the steps for lighting a Bunsen burner. He/she should describe aloud the steps while lighting the Bunsen burner. (The description should be simple.) 6. The teacher turns off the gas tap and asks one student to come out and try to ...

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A Bunsen burner is made up of the base, a barrel with air holes, a collar, a needle valve and a gas hose. Some of these parts can be adjusted to change the properties of the flame that the burner produces. The gas hose is a rubber tube that connects the needle valve inside the base of the Bunsen burner to the gas supply.

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Basic Bunsen Burner Introduction The Bunsen Burner will be used throughout the year as part of various labs. There are several ways to adjust the burner, and at various times a lab will ask you for a particular kind of flame. Through experimentation with the burner, you should learn to create any kind of flame asked for. Procedure

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before lighting a Bunsen burner 3. What immediate action should you take when the flame of your burner is burning inside the barrel? 4. What kind of flame is preferred for lab work ? 5. How is using a Bunsen burner different from using a candle? 6. Label the diagram using the diagram in your lab hand out •

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Bunsen Burner support stand w/ ring wire screen gloves 250 mL beaker 100mL graduated cylinder metal thermometer Part 1: Parts of a Bunsen Burner! 1. Sketch one of the Bunsen burners from the lab. (In the space Below) 2. Identify and label its parts using the guide sheet! 3. Give the purpose of each part of the Bunsen Burner!

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Part 1 Examining the Bunsen Burner 1. Unscrew the barrel (or burner tube) the base and locate the parts shown figure. Think about their functions. There is a gas inlet (pin hole) at the top of the base. Natural gas and air mix in the tube, and this mixture is ignited at the top of the tube. 2. The burner is attached to the house supply of gas ...