It is Coal
No, because fossil fuel comes from fossilized plant material in the ground, and it takes many millions of years to be created.
Coal is a hydrocarbon rock formed from geologically trapped deposits of plant matter which were formed over millions of years. The oldest coal deposits are as much as 350 million years old; the youngest are about 15 million years old. Deposits that are younger than that do not have all the physical properties of coal--they are more like peat beds. Since it takes millions of years for coal to form, it is considered a fossil fuel, rather than a renewable resource.
That would be a fossil.
a plant that is a fossil
No, a fossil is a plant or animal that has been covered in sand or silt and compressed over millions of years. A mummy is a dead person or animal that has been embalmed.
Oil and gas are fossil fuels and come from millions of year of earths pressure on the fossil and plant life that once existed. This is why they are nonrenewable.
A brick is an object made by people for use in construction. A fossil is a remnant, cast, or impression preserved in stone or coal of an animal or plant that died millions of years ago.
A power plant can be classified as a fossil fuel plant if it uses fossil fuels such as natural gas or coal to produce electricity.
The Fossil Record supports the idea that God created each kind of plant and animal individually. The Fossil Record does not offer any evidence for evolution, because it reveals that God created insects, plants, humans and other living organisms.
Fossil fuels are from a long time ago so basically they are underground or in the ocean. Fossil fuels are compressed organic matter, so they can be found anywhere an animal, plant, or other living thing died millions of years ago.
Coal is a fossil fuel that formed through the transformation of organic plant matter. It is primarily used as a heat source to generate electricity.
Yes an imprint is considered a fossil if it was created by life and the animal/plant/fungi in question is no longer alive. It is generally assumed that only if it is very old it is a fossil but technically this is not so.
Yes, Bituminous coal is fossil fuel, formed from the debris of plant matters buried under the earth millions of years ago and underwent several physio-chemical changes to acquire the state.
Oil comes from buried and decomposed organic material that originates from dead plants and animals, millions of years old. Some confusion exists because by one definition, a fossil can be animal or plant that has been preserved as it existed millions of years ago. You probably think of fossils as they are displayed in museums. However, this is not the only definition. As with the fossil fuels, a fossil can be considered the transformed remains of buried animal or plant life from a distant geological age that is recovered. This would apply to gas, oil and coal. See related links.
At some point before the fossil became a fossil, a plant removed carbon from the air (carbon dioxide) and it became part of the plant that became a fossil.
== == oil is a fossil fuel, that comes from mainly dead plant,and in the right heat, pressure, condition, etc. in millions of years has a chance to become oil.
fossil fuels are from prehistoric plant and animals
A fossil fuel power plant is a system of devices for the conversion of fossil fuel energy to mechanical work or electric energy
The dead plants and animals compressed and heated over millions of years to create the fossil fuels would have originally obtained their energy from the sun. For example: sun ---(photosynthesis)---> plant ---(digested)---> animal ---(death and compression---> fossil fuel.