The fuel which usually burns with a blue flame is:
(c) candle wax
(d) kerosene (in lamp)
LPG is the fuel which usually burns with a blue flame, as the burner of a stove has many holes to allow enough oxygen for complete combustion.
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Solution The Fuel Which Usually Burns with a Blue Flame Is: (A) Coal (B) Lpg (C) Candle Wax (D) Kerosene (In Lamp) Concept: Chemical Properties of Carbon Compounds - Combustion.