How is Gasoline Made?

Gasoline is a flammable, volatile liquid produced from refined petroleum or crude oil. Originally, it was a discarded byproduct of the production of kerosene but it was a useful fuel in various machines because it is capable of to vaporizing at low temperatures. In the past, gasoline was added with compounds of organic lead to […]
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How is Natural Gas Made?

Natural gas is a combination of combustible gases that are formed beneath the ground by decomposing organic materials in animals and plants. It is typically found places where oil is present, though there are many large underground reservoirs of natural gas. Natural gas is used widely for cooking and heating and in variety of applications […]
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How is Dry Ice Made?

When a carbon dioxide is in a solid form, it is called dry ice. It does not melt, instead the solid turns directly into gas as the temperature rises and solid starts to separate. This unique feature of dry ice results in a smoking effect and it appears to be steaming while it sublimates. Dry […]
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