No. The halogens are fluorine, chlorine, bromine, iodine, and astatine.
All fossil fuels are fossil fuels.
No Solar and wind power are both not fossil fuels.
mostly all fossil fuels are made of gas and oil
no electricity is made from fossil fuels.
All fossil fuels are part of the carbon cycle.
No. Mineral coal and natural gas are also fossil fuels.
It is important because one day we all will run out of these fossil fuels & if we run out of these fossil fuels our lives will be paused.
fossil fuels are just burnable items that produce gas that can power a car
Yes, ALL fossil fuels (oil, coal, etc) are non-renewable.
Gasoline and ordinary diesel fuel are both fossil fuels, so almost all cars run only on fossil fuels.
All fuels by definition are used to produce energy, fossil fuels are no exception. (Shorter answer: Yes.)
There isn't any fossill fuels that don't cause pollution. All fossil fuels cause pollution.
The fossil fuels, all of which are non-renewable, are petroleum, coal, and natural gas.
All cars use fossil fuels somewhere in their energy cycle.
Fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) are all used in Australia.
All fossil fuel are non renewable.
The known fossil fuels are coal, petroleum, natural gas, lignite, bitumen and peat
All the chemical changes are the same.
The burning of fossil fuels has detrimental effects on human health and the environment. Smog, pollution, and dirty fuel are all lasting attributes of burning fossil fuels.
fossil fuels can be used as an energy source to power all vehicles and most machinery