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Have you ever seen a blue flame? What about green or purple? When you're expecting a regular flame, these colorful changes can be an incredible surprise! What you may not know is these spectacular colors result from the presence of specific metals. We're going to show you a couple of household materials that contain metals that are easily identifiable during a Flame Test!
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