Read the story and answer the questions to test your comprehension.
A very common bit of lab equipment, the Bunsen burner, was created in 1852 by Germany's Robert Bunsen. It lets chemists and scientists create a clean, controlled flame to help them do experiments.
1. What do Bunsen burners create?
- a. Flame
- b. Explosions
- c. Slime
2. Who created the Bunsen burner?
- a. Karl Burner
- b. Robert Bunsen
- c. James Bunsen
3. When was the Bunsen burner created?
- a. 1852
- b. 1885
- c. 1825