‘Blue whirls’ — small, spinning blue flames that produce almost no soot when they burn — have attracted great interest since their discovery in 2016, in part because they represent a potential new avenue for low-emission combustion. Now, a team of researchers has identified how these intriguing whirls are structured.
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