blue flame live wallpaper

By: motion interactive

Version: 10.02

Update: 2018-04-30

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  • Package: com.rev0204.lwp
  • Version: 10.02 (1002)
  • Size: 12.4 MB
  • Update on: April 30, 2018
  • Installs: 50,000
  • Signature: 5cad3f0ec001d87ad736563240e71b13dcdd631d
  • APK File SHA1: 4b4d1a3589bbb829d3672af2d8fd638a0efc1055


blue flame live wallpaper is a live wallpaper for your android phone set the app as live wallpaper to make your android phone more beautiful and alive download blue fire live wallpaper from our given resolutions for free. we have the best collection of blue flame live wallpaper. if you don’t find the perfect resolution, you may download the original size or any higher resolution blue flame live wallpaper which will best fit your screen.

this lwp shows a burning blue flame that is very hot but calming, what an evil flame. blue flames aren’t always hotter than yellow flames, because the color of light emitted by the flame can depend on exactly which atoms and molecules are in the flame. each atom or molecule has certain special frequencies (colors) at which it absorbs and emits light, just like a musical instrument has special frequencies at which it absorbs and emits sound. sometimes that’s more important than the temperature of the flame in setting the color. some chemicals burn with a burning fire wallpaper, for example, so that if you burn some of these on an ordinary fire it will look blue for a while (some fireplace logs may do this).

this does not mean that the temperature of the whole fire went up, animated fire wallpaper, just that these chemicals made the color change. for more information on this and on why many common fuels burn yellow. however, burning fire wallpaper, there are cases that follow the simple pattern you ask about, where the flame color changes smoothly from yellowish to bluish as it gets hotter. simple burners fueled by oxygen and propane typically behave this way. the key to making sense of this turns out to be that the energy emitted into the light comes in little packets, called quanta.

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