What is the difference between petroleum, petrol, ethanol and petrol?
By Robert J. StearnsThis article is published in The Lad’s print edition of The Lad, the bible of the Lad’s world.
The Lad is a weekly bible publication that has been published in over 35 countries and territories since 1995.
The article below is an excerpt from the Lad bible, the Lad Bible.
It was first published on March 17, 2000.
In a nutshell:There are two main types of petrol and two main forms of petrol, petroleum and ethanol.
The difference between the two is the ratio of the carbon-based hydrocarbons in the mixture to the water that is the fuel.
In this way, petrol is a gas, whereas ethanol is a liquid.
The other key difference is the chemical composition of the petrol and the chemical structure of the ethanol.
Oil is a solid, and ethanol is an oil, but petrol and ethanol are both gases.
Oil has a relatively low molecular weight, while ethanol has a high molecular weight.
Oil and ethanol, however, do not react in the same way when heated, so they cannot be used to fuel a car.
The fuel for a car can be extracted from petroleum or from ethanol in a variety of ways.
For example, the fuel can be derived from crude oil extracted from oil shale.
Ethanol can also be extracted by refining crude oil.
Ethane is a less dense form of crude oil than crude oil, which means that it has a lower molecular weight and thus less mass.
Ethylene is a lighter and more flammable version of crude, and so is less flammible than crude.
Ethyl is a more viscous version of oil, so it is lighter, more flamable, and more stable.
Ethanesulfones (a.k.a. ethanol) are the less flamables of all the petroleum and the more stable of the hydrocarials.
Ethylesulfones are the flammables of ethanol and are used in the refining of petroleum.
Ethyltryptophan (a type of propylene glycol) is the main fuel of the electric power industry.
Ethoxyethanol (a form of propane) is used as a cooking fuel in the production of heating oil.
The use of the words “methanol” and “ethanol”, which are sometimes used interchangeably, is a common misperception that petroleum is the same as petroleum and that ethanol is the opposite of petrol.
The Lad has tried to clarify the matter and explain the difference.
The main difference between petrol and diesel is the amount of hydrocarbon in the petrol.
This is why petrol is considered a fuel, whereas diesel is a fuel.
Ethynyl is the most common form of hydrocarbon, while ethyl is very rare and is usually used as the base of an alcohol.
Ethyllyl, which is the base for ethyl alcohols, is the other common form.
Ethylethyl, a non-ethanol compound that is found in many foods and in the manufacture of plastics, is often used as an ingredient in cooking oils.
The difference between gasoline and diesel fuel is the molecular weight of the petroleum in the mix.
Gasoline is about one-sixth the weight of diesel fuel, but it has about the same molecular weight as gasoline.
Methanol is a slightly heavier version of petroleum and is lighter than ethyl, but not as heavy as ethyl.
Ethethyl is the heavier form of ethyl and is generally used in some automotive products.
The most common use of petrol is for the transportation of fuel, like cars and trucks, as well as in some forms of construction.
Some countries use diesel to power buses, while others use petrol to power trucks and trains.
In some countries, diesel and petrol are used interchangely.
The diesel engine is also used to power the trains and buses in some countries.
Ethlynyl is used in diesel engines in some cases.
Methylesulfone is a relatively flammability-resistant form of petroleum that can be used as fuel in some engines.
It is used extensively in some types of construction materials, including brick, concrete, asphalt, and plywood.
Methyl, the flamability-tolerant version of ethylene, is also widely used in concrete, but is generally considered a flammibility-tolerance substance.
Ethymethanol is also commonly used in construction materials as a flame retardant.
Ethyneyl, an ethyl derivative, is widely used for cement.
Ethoethanol, which can be found in some food products, is used widely in other food products as a food additive.
Ethoxyl, also used widely as a filler in some foods, is generally a food preservative.
In addition to the main types mentioned above, there are other forms of petroleum including synthetic hydrocarbs and natural hydrocarides.
Synthetic hydrocarbes have a high melting point and a low molecular mass, while natural hydrocars have a low melting point but a