Is methane gas a hydrocarbon?
Yes, methane gas is a hydrocarbon.
No. methane is the simplest hydrocarbon and not a noble gas.
Methane is a hydrocarbon. It indirectly makes an ozone hole.
The natural gas is methane - CH4.
Yes a mixture of hydrocarbons, Methane to Butane; mainly Methane CH4 about 94.6%
no methane is not as same as ethlene,but they belong the group of hydrocarbon no methane is not as same as ethlene,but they belong the group of hydrocarbon.................written by junaid from kolkata from saifee hall class9-10
Methane, CH4, natural gas.
Water vapors and methane gas are released.
No. Methane is a saturated hydrocarbon.
because methane is a hydrocarbon!
Methane is part of a mix of hydrocarbon gases that form natural gas. It is naturally occurring, burns approximately 80% cleaner than diesel and is abundant in the USA and other countries.
Methane is a hydrocarbon because it is composed only of the elements carbon and hydrogen. It has the formula CH4.
The lightest hydrocarbon is Methane CH4
Earth gas / Natural gas consists of methane with 0-20% higher hydrocarbons (primarily ethane). Earth gas also found correlated with other hydrocarbon fuel (methane clathrates), an important fuel source and a major feedstock for fertilizers.
No. Methane (CH4) is the simplest hydrocarbon
Seriously? Yes methane is a hydrocarbon. One of the properties of hydrocarbons is flammability. Methane in particular is one of the principal components of natural gas. Its also the reason you can light farts, and heat your home in the winter. A lot of methane is trapped under ice in the arctic. The leaf and animal matter sink and rot and form methane, but the methane is trapped under the frozen ice. If you break… Read More
methane, CH4, is an example of hydrocarbon.
Methane is the main component of natural gas. Natural gas from the well can consist of various hydrocarbons and contaminants. It is mostly methane but also contains two notable gases: propane (another hydrocarbon) and helium (an element released by radioactive decay).
No, it is a hydrocarbon.
It is methane
CH3OH is an alcohol, not a hydrocarbon. It is known as methanol. It can be considered a derivative of the hydrocarbon methane.
Natural gas is a hydrocarbon mixture consisting primarily of saturated light paraffins such as methane and ethane, both of which are gaseous under atmospheric conditions.
Methane is not a metal. It is a hydrocarbon with the chemical formula CH4.
I suppose methane gas flows most easily. If the question meant a liquid, then I guess it would be oil.
The anerobic decomosition of cow dung produces methane, a hydrocarbon similar to natural gas, that can be burned in a generator.
Natural gas is also known as methane CH4. While gas is usually a long hydrocarbon chain. Gasoline is also called octane CH3(CH2)6CH3. London Dispersion forces cause the heavy gasoline molecule to remain liquid at room temperature. While methane is a gas.
1.Combustible gas, consisting chiefly of methane, produced as a result of decay of vegetation in stagnant water. 2.a hydrocarbon gas largely composed of methane formed when organic material decays in the absence of air 3.Marsh gas is another term for methane, produced by plants decomposing under water. Methane is highly combustible and has caused several coal mine explosions, but in marshy areas it's not as dangerous since it's diluted with air.
Methane is a hydrocarbon.
You probably mean Methane. This is the simplest hydrocarbon, with formula CH4 . It is a gas at Standard Temperature and Pressure. It is the explosive gas that coal miners have to watch out for. It is the main component of firedamp. It is the main component of natural gas.
Methane is an organic molecule called a hydrocarbon or an alkane, and is also a nonpolar molecule.
The term for a fuel made only of hydrogen and carbon is hydrocarbon, the simplest of which is methane gas CH4.
Natural gas is mostly methane, CH4, which is a hydrocarbon. When it burns with oxygen it releases thermal energy.
No. methane is not soluble in water, as methane is a non-polar hydrocarbon and water is a polar solvent.
A molecule that contains hydrogen and carbon, but no other elements is a hydrocarbon molecule. An example of a hydrocarbon molecule is methane, with the formula CH4
A hydrocarbon with one carbon atom is methane, CH4.
Burning methane is a combustion reaction CH4(g) +2O2(g) -^-> CO2(g) + 2H2O(g) + energy when the hydrocarbon is burned (which can only happen in the presence of oxygen gas--O2) it produces carbon dioxide gas, water vapor, and energy
methane, the simplest and smallest.
No, it is a hydrocarbon with the formula CH4
No. It is methane, a hydrocarbon.
Hydrocarbon gasses, namely methane, ethane, propane, butane, and isobutane are primarily used as fuels. Methane and ethane are in natural gas, propane is used for grills, butane and isobutne are in lighter fluid.
Methanol. CH4 is Methane. OH is an alcohol (so you ad the "ol" ending). So you get: Methane + ol --> Methanol. It is a poisonous alcohol commonly synthesized from methane gas (natural gas), typically of petroleum origin, but also possible from natural "biogas". It is used in "racing fuel", biodiesel production, as well as a solvent.
Methane is a chemical compound with the molecular formula CH4. It is the simplest alkane, and the principal component of natural gas. Methane is important for electrical generation by burning it as a fuel in a gas turbine or steam boiler. Compared to other hydrocarbon fuels, burning methane produces less carbon dioxide for each unit of heat released. Additionally, methane is used in many industrial chemical processes.
Methane is a hydrocarbon. It contain carbon and hydrogen only. Molecular formula is CH4
yes - a hydrocarbon is a compound that contains only carbon and hydrogen. CH4 falls into that category.
Methane produces water besides carbon dioxide when it is burned. It is customary for hydrocarbon gases to produce water and other elements when burned.
Mazot or mazout is a French word meaning fuel oil. Therefore, it is a fuel gas that is processed from liquid hydrocarbons taken from wells. Natural gas is generally any hydrocarbon gas that comes from a well and is mostly methane.
Methane Or Ethane Or Butane Or Hexane
Propane methane Octane
Methane, Ethane, Ethene, Ethyne, Propane, Propene, Propyne etc are all examples of hydrocarbon.
Alkanes. Methane belongs to alkanes or unsaturated hydrocarbons,i.e. paraffins. It is also called marsh gas _______________________________ Methane, CH4, belongs to a family of compounds known as hydrocarbons (a combination of hydrogen and carbon, and nothing else). And since it is a hydrocarbon that has only single bonds, it is an alkane.
I have heard that Methane can be used to form longer chain hydrocarbon fuels, -why not the much higher energy bonded Acetylene?