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Match the following for the flame of a candle
Column AColumn B (zone) Column C (colour)
(a) hottest part 
(i) innermost zone 

(x) blue of
unburnt wax vapours

(b) moderately hot (ii) middle zone of (y) black partial
combustion
(c) least hot (iii) outer zone of (z) yellow

Answer

(a) (iii) (x)
(b) (ii) (z)
(c) (i) (y)

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