Bunsen burner - Meaning in Hindi

Meaning of Bunsen burner in Hindi

  • लेम्प बर्नर

Bunsen burner Definition

  • a small adjustable gas burner used in laboratories. ( प्रयोगशालाओं में प्रयुक्त एक छोटा समायोज्य गैस बर्नर। )

Bunsen burner Example

  • The capillary tip was sealed using a Bunsen burner such that the distal end of Pt wire was straight in the tubing. ( बन्सेन बर्नर का उपयोग करके केशिका की टिप को सील कर दिया गया था, ताकि पं। तार का बाहरी छोर सीधे ट्यूबिंग में हो। )
  • One day in chemistry class, a few of us took a silver dollar and heated it over a Bunsen burner until it almost glowed. ( केमिस्ट्री क्लास में एक दिन, हम में से कुछ ने एक सिल्वर डॉलर लिया और बन्सन बर्नर पर गर्म किया, जब तक कि वह लगभग चमक नहीं गई। )
  • Brown's tinkering with his side was experimental, and as successful as setting fire to the lab curtains with a Bunsen burner . ( ब्राउन के अपने पक्ष के साथ छेड़छाड़ प्रयोगात्मक थी, और बन्सन बर्नर के साथ प्रयोगशाला के पर्दे में आग लगाने के रूप में सफल रही। )
  • The ‘flame test’ allows the user to virtually dip the test rod in the compounds kept in dishes and move it towards the flame of a Bunsen burner . ( The फ्लेम टेस्ट ’उपयोगकर्ता को व्यंजन में रखे गए यौगिकों में टेस्ट रॉड को वस्तुतः डुबोने और इसे बर्नर बर्नर की लौ की ओर ले जाने की अनुमति देता है। )
  • One occasion that was described to me involved a student heating some material with a Bunsen burner and the student's cardigan caught fire and apparently Ruby found this rather amusing. ( एक अवसर जो मुझे वर्णित किया गया था, जिसमें एक छात्र ने बानसेन बर्नर के साथ कुछ सामग्री को गर्म किया और छात्र के कार्डिगन में आग लग गई और जाहिर तौर पर रूबी ने यह नहीं पाया। )

More Sentence

  • Originally it referred to an accident in a gun or a Bunsen burner : the flame is sucked back, sometimes leading to an explosion.
  • When air and natural gas are ignited, enough heat to supply a Bunsen burner is produced, but when glucose is formed during photosynthesis, light energy is absorbed in the reaction.
  • The Earth is a vibrant blue, the kind of blue you see when looking at a Bunsen burner .
  • One of the most commonly used pieces of equipment for heating in a laboratory, a Bunsen burner uses natural gas as a fuel supply.
  • Using a binocular low-power microscope, a micropilot flame of a Bunsen burner , and a very steady hand, I remember preparing scores of fine glass needles, which unfortunately broke too easily when used for cutting the rather tough asci.
  • If exposure to flame lasts longer, however, 60 seconds say, using a touch-paper or 15 to 30 seconds with the flame of a Bunsen burner , the material expands and ignites.…
  • But it is a common misconception that Robert Bunsen invented the Bunsen burner .
  • So Paul emptied the sand-filled red fire bucket, threw in some potatoes, vegetables and meat, and cooked a stew over a Bunsen burner .
  • It is thought the GCSE pupil got too close to a Bunsen burner or burning taper.
  • The students learnt how to heat little copper pellets in a spoon over a Bunsen burner until they melted.
  • Simple examples of dissipative structures include the flames of candles and Bunsen burners , for which the flows of reactants and energy out of the system (the visible flame) are quite apparent.
  • A significant part of the curriculum is delivered in science laboratories involving Bunsen burners , a variety of chemicals and equipment of a fragile nature such as glassware.
  • Few machines existed then - those were the days of the Bunsen burners , pipettes, and drop-by-drop reagents.
  • Fractional distillation columns, Bunsen burners , and beakers on the other hand are chemical apparatus because they are used in conducting experiments, but do not measure any quantity.
  • As a result blue light is more energetic than red light and hot flames from well adjusted Bunsen burners emit blue rather than yellow light.