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Posted:Hello all! I am new to this site and am glad to have found it. I came across it whilst searching the web for any clues on how to change the colour of a flame. I would love to have green or blue flames on the ends of my fire toys and I remember (unfortunately not too well) an experiment in my chemistry class at school involving the use of certain chemical compounds in order to change the colour of a flame. Does anybody have any suggestions?
Posted:Welcome Marisa, we hope you enjoy your stay here!The topic of colored flames is covered in the Quick Guide which can be found here:http://www.homeofpoi.com/articles/guide.htmThis is also a common topic of discussion. Please go to the search page at:http://www.homeofpoi.com/ubbcgi/search.cgi?action=introenter the keywords "color flame", and read the seven threads that come up. If you still have any questions, feel free to post away!-p.