When you use a cold air humidifier, you see that when the machine is turned on, the heat source flame changes to orange or red. Maybe it’s a question for you, what’s the reason for that? Does the air humidifier of the oxygenating device reduce the environment?
In response to this question, it must be said that no. The air humidifier of the incense device does not reduce the oxygen content of the environment, and the reason for changing the color of the flame does not reduce the amount of oxygen. The real cause of this phenomenon is a scientific law known as the publication of light by molecules. According to the law, this is easily explained. Here’s a brief introduction to this law.
The emission of light by molecules
When molecules or ions are exposed to heat, they emit certain radiation that they are most visible in visible areas (visible to us) and ultraviolet.
When the heat is given to a molecule or ion, the energy of that molecule or ion becomes high and it can no longer remain on its own. Therefore, it goes above its alignment, but after some time due to the tendency to return to The natural state loses its energy to return to its original level. Loss of energy is usually accompanied by the emission of light or heat.
For example, consider the “sodium” metal, which is a light element, and is also found in urban water samples. This metal is excited at a temperature of about 2,000 degrees in the heat of a flame or gas, and it emits light itself.
An ultrasonic cold air humidifier works in the form of ultrasonic waves that first send to the water. Then the particles of water are converted into micron particles and spread in the air. So when your air humidifier is turned on, fine particles of water are immediately released in space, and in the presence of a home-made heater or the flame of the gas, the elements in it, such as sodium, calcium, magnesium, etc., can be excited at flame temperature. They emit light. Therefore, due to this emission, the light color of the flame gas may turn yellow, orange or red. It is directly related to the amount of water soluble, which exactly is the color of copper in copper.
Contrary to popular belief, the change in the flame color does not always mean that there is a lack of oxygen or bad fuel, and this color may be due to the presence of mineral elements in the air vapor surrounding the flame.