A proper fuel-air mixture is most critical in the production of an efficient, non luminous flame. For the ignition of an efficient Bunsen flame in the laboratory, identify the (most common) fuel and required air component.
The most common fuel used for a burnsen burner is propane. This reacts with oxygen in air forming carbon dioxide and water.
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