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Why flame on a gas stove turn orange yellow when a small amount of water boils over into them?

Why do flames on a gas stove burn orange-yellow when there is a small amount of water on them? There are chemicals in the water. Is that correct? The electrons jump into a higher energy level when the metal salt is introduced to the flame.

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