Definitely NOT vegetable oil because we heat it all the time and it hasn't set on fire.
Essentially, the gummy bear soaks up the vegetable oil and the glycerol in the oil attaches to the sugar in the gummy bear, the two combined make the gummy bear highly flammable.
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Yes, olive oil is a vegetable oil.
Vegetable oil is cooking oil.
Bath oil is not flammable. It is a health hazard to submerge the body into any sort of flammable liquid and breath the vapors from it.
Yes, as a product derived from Oil, it is very much so flammable.
Vegetable oil is made from vegetable seeds.
i did vegetable oil is made from soybean oil.
Yes, the oil in a lemons peel are flammable.
because it contains flammable liquid and oil
The density of vegetable oil is not consistent. Some brands of vegetable oil are much more dense than other brands of vegetable oil.
Yes, Crisco oil is a vegetable oil.
There should not be any animal fats in vegetable oil, as that is exactly what it is: vegetable oil.
yes crude oil is highly flammable.. and it smells like rotten eggs!
vegetable oil! I think. <><><> Vegetable oil is definitely combustible, as are all cooking fats (lard, butter, canola oil, suet) Many industrial solvents used in paints are also combustible- linseed oil, actone, toluene, xylene. Alchols, including ethyl and methyl are highly flammable in a pure state.
Yes, corn oil is a vegetable oil.
It depends on the type of vegetable oil.
Yes, Vegetable Oil is covalent
Vegetable oil is a mixture.
Vegetable oil is an base