petroleum jelly will turn to a liquid if heated to around 75oc
the shelf life of unopened petroleum jelly is around 3 years.
petroleum jelly or a petroleum based lip balm, you want to keep cold sores moist when you are out in the sun.
petroleum is found naturally underground on planet earth. however, you are able to buy it at most gas stations around the world.
to regulate petroleum prices around the world.
the us consumes 21,000,000 barrels of oil per day and only around 6,000,000 barrels of that are produced within the us. the rest of the petroleum must be imported.
well when you buy biodiesel it tends to be around $53... and petroleum fuel tends to be much less then that so if you are planning on drinking this then the cheaper one would have to be petroleum fuel :)
i am not sure what you have around your house, but you may have petroleum jelly, which is often successful in getting rid of warts; smother the wart in petroleum jelly and leave it for a few days.
no it isnt. petroleum jelly is too thick and doesn't let your piercing breathe properly.
petroleum refining is petroleum refining
something that contains no petroleum is petroleum-free.
petroleum is primarily found around the persian gulf, so, the countries that border the gulf (iran, iraq, kuwait, saudi arabia, bahrain, qatar, and the united arab emirates) have petroleum. the countries of the levant, by contrast, lack petroleum. egypt also has some petroleum.
petroleum is not a mineral because a mineral is a solid and petroleum is not; it is a fuel.
petroleum is a liquid.
plastic is made out of petroleum. the source for today's plastic is petroleum.
the combustibility of petroleum gases makes them dangerous around machinery.
petroleum jelly on the cut edges of a pumpkin will slow the oxidation and rotting of the fruit.
norman j. hyne has written: 'geology for petroleum exploration, drilling, and production' -- subject(s): petroleum, prospecting, petroleum engineering, geology 'dictionary of petroleum exploration, drilling & production' -- subject(s): dictionaries, petroleum, petroleum engineering 'nontechnical guide to petroleum geology, exploration, drilling, and production' -- subject(s): prospecting, petroleum, petroleum engineering, geology
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petroleum is a mixture of hydrocarbons.
petroleum is a science fact