Yes it is made of crude oil :).
Because crude oil is running out.
Crude oil is not "made". "Crude oil" is the name giving to the raw form of oil that is pumped from the ground.
Polymers can be both depending upon which ones you are asking about. Polymer simply means "a chain of identical molecules linked together". Nonrenewable polymers would be plastics made from crude oil; renewable polymers would be cellulose and lignin in tree trunks.
plastic is made from crude oil.
Yup! Crude Oil -> Crude Oil Vapour --> Diesel Oil --> Ethene --> Poly(ethene)
Either Hydrocarbons, monomers,plastics or polymers
All I know is that monomers are small atoms that join together to form polymers. Crude oil is also known as petroleum and unprocessed oil. Sorry, was wondering myself!
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.
It is made with crude oil.
yes using phenol, a compound that is derived from crude oil.
It is derived from crude oil.
Polymers are often made from crude oil distillates that cannot be turned in to gasoline. We pay for crude oil, what sense does it make to put it back in the ground where it serves no useful purpose, and is so stable it will not become crude oil again? Additionally, some polymers leach compounds into the ground water, which can become a problem for future generations (some we cannot foresee, of course). The validity of the above answers are questionable but it is true that polymers are very stable. It is not known how long plastic will remain in a landfill so it will continue to accumulate. Some envision a world where there are large mountains of plastic trash. I hope that world never comes.
No. Ammonia is not present in crude oil. It is synthesized by reacting nitrogen and hydrogen.
because crude oil is made out of two differents elements
lpg is made of crude oil
"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.
Well, yes...but crude oil isn't exactly made; they drill a hole in the ground and pump it out.
Crude oil is transported to oil refineries which separate and react it into different products.
There are a lot of products made from oil. There is gasoline for out cars, fuel for jet planes. They also make motor oil out of crude oil.
Crude oil is the by product of decaying and fossilisation of animal and plant matter
refining of crude oil