Crude oil is a complex mixture of hydrocarbons (compounds containing hydrogen and carbon only). Crude oil is separated by FRACTIONAL DISTILLATION in a continuous Process, taking off the samples at different levels from the fractionating Column. The dissolved gases come out of the top, and the boiling points rise as One goes down the column.
Refinery gases: (used for bottled Gases such as Gas, propane, butane)
Gasoline: fuel for cars (petrol)
Kerosene: Fuel for jet planes
Diesel: For lorries and larger cars
Fuel Oil: for heating homes and factories
Bitumen: For making roads and tar.
The alkanes: CnH2n+2.Satuared: single bond. Isomers: When two or more different compounds have the same molecular formula but Different
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