when cowdung is burned in solid form do it produce yellow?
Asked by gokuldighe09 | 6th Sep, 2019, 01:37: PM
In the combustion of Cow dung, It produces a yellow and blue flame. The hottest area of a flame is in blue colour and the rest of the part is in yellow colour.
Answered by Ravi | 6th Sep, 2019, 07:45: PM
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