Methane is a colorless odorless gas. It is also known as marsh gas or methyl hydride. It is used in making other chemicals and as a constituent of…

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Regular gasoline that is the most widely used in the U.S. is about 13 percent cheaper than Mid-grade gasoline. Also note that there are large differences across U.S….

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Why is my propane torch flame so small? The primary causes for a propane torch reducing to light include: The igniter has ceased to spark and cause a…

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Propane has a strong unpleasant smell like rotten eggs, a skunk’s spray, or a dead animal. Propane manufacturers add the smell deliberately to help alert customers to propane…

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What is the pH of gasoline? Like other answers have already accurately stated, gasoline doesn’t have a measurable pH. Non. Gasoline does not split into ions in water…

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70% of oil deposits existing today were formed in the Mesozoic age (252 to 66 million years ago), 20% were formed in the Cenozoic age (65 million years…

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Methane is an important trace gas in Earth’s atmosphere. Even though it only makes up 0.00017% (1.7 parts per million by volume) of the the atmosphere, methane traps…

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Lease Operating Statement means a monthly report prepared in Seller’s ordinary course of business covering the Oil and Gas Interests and detailing the Hydrocarbon production volumes, revenues, associated…

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Water drops and kerosene floats because the specific gravity is lighter than water. Does kerosene oil float on water? As kerosene has more refractive index than water, it…

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Does camphor dissolve in kerosine? Camphor is practically insoluble in water but soluble in alcohol, ether, chloroform, and other solvents. What Cannot dissolve in kerosene? Petrol and Kerosene…

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