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1. the bunsen burner


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1. the bunsen burner

  1. 1. Technological Institute of the Philippines 938 Aurora Blvd., Quezon City Experiment no. 1 The Bunsen Burner Submitted By: Group No.2 of Section ES11FB4 MEMBERS TASK PERFORMANCE TIME IN TIME OUT LAB GOWN (X/√) SIGNATURES OF MEMBERS Davis Banoog 1:30 4:30 Jenny-Ann Cabrera 1:30 4:30 Luis Miguel Benitez 1:30 4:30 Date Performed: June 28, 2013 Date Submitted: July 27, 2013 Engr. Renato Agustin Professor
  2. 2. OBJECTIVES: 1. To study how the Bunsen burner works and functions. 2. To study what are the main parts of the Bunsen burner. 3. Study why the flames of it are changing when the collar adjusted APPARATUS AND MATERIALS: THEORY: 1 Bunsen Burner 1 Match Gas from gas pipe
  3. 3. PROCEDURE:
  4. 4. OBSERVATION: By doing this lab the student will learn how to operate a bunsen burner safely. Also, the student will explore and try to explain an apparent violation of the Law of Conservation of Matter. This is an inquiry lab in which students must design and carry out experiments to complete the objectives. DATA AND RESULTS: ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION:
  5. 5. CONCLUSION: I there for conclude that the bunsen burner, named after and co-designed by Robert Bunsen in 1854, is a common laboratory instrument that produces a hot, sootless, non- luminous flame. The Bunsen Burner allows for precise regulation of the mixing of gas and oxygen in its central barrel before combustion, which ignites the flame. By manipulating the Bunsen burner, both the size and temperature of the flame can be controlled. Among other uses, the heat of a Bunsen burner flame can be used to create a convection current, which heats the space above the flame and lifts any particulates in the air up and away from the cooler air underneath it, keeping this work area sterile. Working with an open flame requires extra caution. Always remember to secure any loose hair, clothing, or accessories before lighting a Bunsen burner and to always have the proper safety equipment, like a fire extinguisher and/or a fire blanket, on hand. Taking the time to understand how to use a Bunsen burner and what safety equipment to have on hand will allow you to operate this useful laboratory tool with safety and confidence.