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oxyhydrogen flame

[¦äk·sē′hī·drə·jən ¦flām]
(chemistry)
A flame obtained from the combustion of a mixture of oxygen and hydrogen.
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The gas is generated through a particular electrolytic cell, able to get H2 and O2 from the water and comes out in a single pipe, perfectly mixed, without need for adjustment of the two gases, says Diego Andreetta global sales manager of Oxyweld, a leading manufacturer of oxyhydrogen gas generators.
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