Petrol is a mixture of hydrocarbons. It is used as a fuel.
YES AND NO AS WELL The main disadvantage of carburetor is vapur lock in hot ambient temperatures petrol do form the homgeneous mixture with air but not always some tiems it goes in form of liqid also in cylinder the systems like mpfi replaced the carburetor and they inject the liquid petrol inside the cylinder
After fractional distillation petrol is not a mixture.
It is a mixture.
Petrol is a mixture of various hydrocarbons, so its correct formula cannot be isolated
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Petrol contain a high number of components.
The air fuel ratio of the petrol engine is controlled by Carburetor
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yes, it is a mixture, because it is a mixture of a few different hydrocarbons
It is a homogeneous mixture.
Petrol, or gasoline, is a mixture. This vehicle fuel is composed of a number of different hydrocarbons that were derived from petroleum.
petrol is a mixture............so it has no exact chemical formula
The carburetor is normally found just above the engine, it controls the petrol and air mix prior to combustion. Fuel injected and diesel engines do not need a carburetor.
Petrol is an abbreviation, of petroleum spirit.
Carburetor float is stuck open.
Im guessing this is a petrol lawnmower. sounds like the float is not set at the correct level in the carburetor
yes it is
Petrol is an extremely complex mixture of organic compounds; each compound has his molecular weight. A molecular weight for a mixture is a nonsense.
Petrol is not on the periodic table because it is a mixture of compounds, and compounds are not on the table.
Petrol is a homogeneous mixture of various hydrocarbons (mostly octane, C8H18.)
a petrol engine needs to mix its air and fuel before passing it into the combustion chamber before being ignited diesel has its air mixture heated as the piston compresses it in the combustion chamber then the atomized diesel fuel is injected into the hot air and is ignited.