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A yellow burner flame is caused due to which of the following?

A Lack of sufficient air.

When gas is burned in the presence of oxygen, it produces a blue flame. However, if there is not enough oxygen, the gas will not burn completely and will produce a yellow flame. This is because the yellow flame contains unburned carbon particles, which are heated to a high temperature and emit a yellow light.

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