Yes polyethylene is made from ethylene which is made from the offgas (a variety of hydrocarbon vapor components from petroleum distillation). Likewise for polypropylene. Natural gas from a natural gas well is also a feedstock for making ethylene and propylene.
Yes it is
it is made of crude oil.
Polyethylene is a polymer of ethene. It is a macro molecule.
Polymers are not made into crude oil. Crude oil is made into polymers.
Polypropylene float on oil.
Polypropylene is made primarily from oil or natural gas, though it can be made from coal.
Crude oil is not "made". "Crude oil" is the name giving to the raw form of oil that is pumped from the ground.
plastic is made from crude oil.
Yup! Crude Oil -> Crude Oil Vapour --> Diesel Oil --> Ethene --> Poly(ethene)
"Crude oil" is "oil" - petroleum. Plastics such as polyethylene (food containers) and polystyrene(general plastics and styrofoam) are made from fractions of crude oil. Polycarbonate plastics are made indirectly through the production of phosgene and its use to make acetone and bisphenol-A.
Gasoline is processed from crude oil. It is not oil but it is from oil. Diesel is a type of oil and it is also made from crude.
Yes it is made of crude oil :).