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What fuel is difficult to burn?

Kerosene is easy to burn


What is the weight of 1 liter of kerosene?

1 litter of kerosene is 817,15 grams (temperature 15.5 celsius), or 1 gallon of kerosene is 6.82 pounds (temperature 60 F)


Does kerosene burn easily?

Yes. It has a low flash point, and a low ignition point.


What rate does kerosene burn?

30 m/s


Can you burn waste vegetable oil in a kerosene heater?

No


Which one has got higher ignition temperature wood or kerosene?

kerosene has got higher ignition temperature.


Which has higher ignition temperature kerosene oil or wood?

kerosene


Why do you need to burn kerosene oil to burn wood?

Kerosene is not needed to burn wood. If you use a layer of scrunched up newspaper, some small kindling on top of the paper, and progressively larger pieces of wood as the fire is starting, no kerosene or other product is necessary if the wood is seasoned and dry.


What is the difference between jet A and kerosene?

Jet fuel is a type of kerosene. Essentially it is kerosene which has been highly purified and had a few additives added to prevent or mitigate water contamination.Kerosene will burn just fine in a jet engine, and jet A will burn just fine in a kerosene heater.


What is the viscosity of kerosene at room temperature?

Kerosene viscosity is dependent upon temperature. Assuming a room temperature is 20 degrees Celsius (68 Fahrenheit) the kinematic viscosity of kerosene would then be 2.17 centistokes (35 SSU).


Why do sodium kept immersed in kerosene oil do not burn?

sodium will react with oxygen and kerosene will have no oxygen molecules in it


At what temperature does kerosene freeze?

Kerosene that you buy will freeze at -22 Degrees Fahrenheit.


Can you burn diesel in a kerosene heater?

Diesel and Kerosene are extremely similar.In fact Kerosene is often called #1 Fuel Oil and Diesel is called #2 Fuel Oil.Diesel should burn fine in a kerosene heater, unless you are trying to light it in very cold weather.


At what temperature kerosene boils?

The boiling point of kerosene is 147 C or 297 F.


Why kerosene is better fuel compared to diesel?

Because the viscosity of the kerosene is much thicker therefore it'll burn slower.


At what temperature does kerosene fr?

The ignition temperature of kerosene (#1 fuel oil) is 490 degrees fahrenheit (254C), the same as all fuel oils.


Why does kerosene burn for longer than methylated spirits?

It burns longer because it takes longer to burn


How do you prepare kerosene?

All I know is that Kerosene is from Petroleum. Therefore the source of Kerosene is Petroleum. Kerosene is poisonous and not clean while burning, so be careful if you're going to burn it. Hope this helps in some way :)


What temperature does kerosene solidifies?

At approx. -45 0C, depending on the specific composition of a given kerosene.


Can kerosene be used in tiki torches?

I dont think think that kerosene should be used in tiki torches. It might burn it down


Which substance has the highest temperature?

kerosene


Composition of diesel?

The composition of diesel fuel is kerosene, oil, and ether. Diesel fuel also contains additives to help make it burn more efficiently and to keep the temperature cooler in the engine.


Can you mix kerosene and home heating oil in an oil furnace?

Kerosene and home heating oil can be mixed in a oil furnace. Kerosene is thinner than heating oil. Mixed together will make the furnace burn cleaner.


What does it mean when your car smells like kerosene?

Since cars don't burn or use kerosene I would say the car has been around something that had kerosene in it ( camping stove and lantern) or had it poured on the surface some how.


A kerosene lamp has a mass of 1.5kg you put 0.5 kg of kerosene in the lamp you burn all of the kerosene until the lamp has a mass of 1.5 kg what is the mass of the gases given off Explain?

0.5kg of gas.. because the whole 0.5kg of kerosene is already burnt out.