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How is oil formed? Marine life pressed down under layers if mud and sand heat and pressure build up over milliopns of years, mud turns to rock Marine life turns into oil
What is fractional disstillation? The seperation of crude oil
Do small carbon molecules have high or low boiling points? low bp
What is the order of fraction produced in distillation? Gas, gasoline, kerosene, diesal oil, lubricating, jet fuel, bitumen
When a hydrocarbon is burned, what is produced? (complete combustion) hydrocarbon -> water + co2
When a hydrocarbon is burned, what is produced? hydrocarbon -> water + c + co +co2
What is a hyrdrocarbon? Contains only 2 elements - hydrogen and carbon
What is a homologus series? Same general formula, similar chemical properties
name 3 points about an Alkane? CnH2n+2, single bonds, saturated
Name 3 points about an ALkene CnH2n, double bond, unsaturated (because of double bonds
Created by: clairegartland