Bitumen for roads and roofing
Fuel for ships and factories
Lubricating oils, waxes, polishes
Liquefied petroleum gas
Others include plastics (Ethylene and propylene), rubbing alcohol, medicines (e. g. Aspirin), rubber, …
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Car sound insulation
Soft contact lenses
Sports car bodies
Ice cube trays
Car battery cases
Crude oil is separated in an oil refinery which makes a bunch of different byproducts such as airplane gas, kerosene, and alot more. -cooleye101
yep Since it is estimated that only 4% of total the overall processed volume of crude oil is converted into plastics with another 4% used to fuel the plastics production processes, you can say that plastics are byproducts of Crude Oil.
They are both byproducts of decomposition of the original organic material.
Crude oil is crucial because it is a vital source of energy, and many countries have been affected by the oil market itself.
Because a lot of our daily machines are run from crude oils
Difference in the boiling points among different byproducts of crude oil is used to separate out each component from a mixture. Fractional distillation is used to carry out this process. This method can also be used to purify water and acetone from a mixture.
Crude oil is important because it is the major source of energy. It is a vital component in virtually all industrial processes, as well as in the production of most chemical compounds.
Crude oil blended with condensate or NGLs
Crude oil can be refined in to a multitude of chemicals: a short list would be petrol, diesel, paraffin, plastics, solvents, and so on.
In modern times the exploitation of Crude oil and it's byproducts have both supported and promoted lifestyle and technological development and has been instrumental in modifying the environment almost to the point of self-destruction. Crude oil holds 90% of the economy of the world, electricity, cars, airplanes, even a simple tooth brush is made using some machine and electricity. If there is no oil we would go back to stone age. That is why the scientists are looking for other resources for future generations as crude oil may not be available in future.
Crude oil can processed through the fractional distillation to yield its selected byproducts. As the crude is vaporized certain products can be condensed out by temperature. The heaviest products are lubricant and fuel oils, while the lighter one is gasoline/petrol.
Crude Oil is hydrocarbon and it is mixture of carbon and hydrogen.
Crude oil is a mixture of oils that are important in our everyday lives and we need these to survive... And it is used to power our vehicles to get around the city and different places to buy groceries and important things that are needede
Polymers are not made into crude oil. Crude oil is made into polymers.
Crude oil is crude..
Coal (there are many kinds of coal)Oil (there are many kinds of oil and byproducts, but they usually all are refined from crude oil).Natural gas (basically only one kind, methane).
Crude oil is refined into a variety of products, the most important of which is gasoline; it can also be used to make diesel fuel, paraffin, lubricants, plastics, etc.
crude oil consists of thick oil
Crude oil is a mixture
dookey is in crude oil
What other thing you can do with crude oil.
boiling point of crude oil is depending on the main component in the crude oil itself, heavy crude for example has a higher boiling point from light crude.
Zero. A barrel or crude oil contains... crude oil.