Crude oil is a compound made up of Hydrocarbons (hydrogen and carbon), which are chemically bonded together.
Crude oil contain compounds of O, C, H, N and not chemical elements.
Crude Oil is hydrocarbon and it is mixture of carbon and hydrogen.
The make-up of crude oil consists 84% carbon molecules,14% hydrogen, and the remaining consists of nitrogen, oxygen, and various metals.
well there is a hydrogen based fuel in which the core element is hydrogen unlike crude oil which has carbon instead scientists plan to make it in about three years.
Crude oil is inorganic.
Crude oil is a mixture and not a compound, therefore it does not have a chemical formula. Only compounds have chemical formulas.
No. Ammonia is not present in crude oil. It is synthesized by reacting nitrogen and hydrogen.
Crude oil is a mixture of different sized molecules. It only contains hydrogen and carbon.
Crude oil is a mixture. Most materials that include "crude" as part of their names are mixtures.
Crude oil is a mixture of hydrocarbons (mixture of compounds).
Crude oil is a complex mixture of a great many different chemicals.
you extract them by drilling wells
Hydrocarbons. Found mainly in crude oil. Examples are Ethane, Ethene, Propane, Propene, Methane, Methene... (you get the picture)
the constituents of crude oil are FEUL OIL,LPG, NAPHTHA,GASOLNE ETC
It is a mixture of hydrocarbons, which can be separated by fractional distillation. Oil is NOT an element.
crude oil is just that, crude. It is not required to know the exact composition of crude oil. Each manufacturer of crude oil will have a different combination to each other. -Yeah, but each must contain some identical chemicals, otherwise it wouldn't be oil. -Also it wouldn't be considered a mineral if it didn't have some type of combination of elements.
Gasoline, a similar compound to petrol is made up of hydrogen of carbon. Called hydrocarbon. It comes from crude oil. So, yes it is a chemical compound, but isn't everything ? Water= H and O Steel = Fe and C .
Oil is a mixture of compounds (2 or more elements bonded together), not an element itself, so it does not appear in the periodic table. Crude oil is a mixture of Hydrogen and Carbon compounds (hydrocarbons) of varying lengths, but with the general formula CnH2n+2, for example octane, C8H18. The different compounds within the oil are separated by fractional distillation before it is suitable for use.
yes they are! funny thing...çause i got the same question for my chemistry prep! :)
Crude oil is distilled, producing different fractions at different temperatures.
A Pure Oil is made up of molecules called hydrocarbons i.e. combinations of hydrogen and carbon atoms. e.g. Methane CH4, Hexane - C6H14. Crude oil is a mixture of these compounds.
Way too complicated to attempt to list here. Crude oil is a mixture of a wide variety of compounds.