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flame color

noun
1.
bright reddish-orange.
Also called flame.
Origin
1600-1610
1600-10
Related forms
flame-colored, adjective
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Examples from the web for flame color
  • They are generally more volatile than other salts, and so give a more intense flame color.
  • Students had to use a process called flame color in order to get the effect they were looking for.
  • Unfortunately, this emission line is close to the flame color in the gas turbine.
  • flame color can corroborate or enhance inferences drawn from smoke color and is a indication of the fire's intensity.
  • The blood was still dripping, and added to the deep flame color of the waters.
  • Visually inspect for smooth ignition, proper flame color and positioning.
  • Skimmer has a shelter where he governs the converter operation by flame color.
  • Apply the wire coated with the substance to the torch flame and note flame color.

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