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Bunsen

Robert Wilhelm . 1811--99, German chemist who with Kirchhoff developed spectrum analysis and discovered the elements caesium and rubidium. He invented the Bunsen burner and the ice calorimeter
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The letters are quoted after the edition of Bunsen's widow: A Memoir of Baron Bunsen, Drawn chiefly from family papers by his widow Frances Baroness Bunsen, 2 vols.
de Bunsen was born into a highly cultivated, international family.
The metal on the Bunsen burner reaches temperatures that would immediately cause severe bums on contact.
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What is the full name of the chemist who invented the Bunsen burner?
1847 Robert Bunsen invented the burner that bears his name.
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I recommend that it be consumed in small bites, in order to "keep the Bunsen lights burning" without burning out the non-scientists.