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2014-09-01T19:31:07+08:00

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Yes there are different colors of flames related to the frequency of wavelengths and colors of the rainbow
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There's really a bue flame used by welders or can be observed through a candle as to what the latest person that still answered my question
This proves that there is a blue flame
yes, yes there is.
There's also green flame but that can only found at the surface of stars. So is violet flame.
So violet flame is the hottest or what? Hahahhaa
Violet flame is part of the blue flame, ranging from ~2500 C to ~3000 C. Blue flame (based on stars) range from ~2300 C to ~5000 C.
2014-09-01T19:57:46+08:00

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No actually. The different colors of the flame indicates the approximate temperature wherein blue flame is the hottest ranging from ~250 °C to ~300 °C to red flame being the coolest ranging from ~85 °C to ~150 °C.

The arrangement of the color of flames by approximate temperature in increasing order is:

red > orange > yellow > white > light blue > blue.

Blue flame can be found at the base of the flame while red can be found from the outer aura of the flame extending to the atmosphere, decreasing the hue and luminosity of the color as the temperature decreases.

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Like in the candle....I see thanks much dude
no prob :D