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Crude Oil Fractions and their uses | The Chemistry Journey | The Fuse School

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Learn the basics about the uses of crude oil fractions. Before watching this video you should watch our video explaining how crude oil is separated into it's different length hydrocarbon fractions by utilising the different boiling points of each hydrocarbon fraction. At Fuse School, teachers and animators come together to make fun & easy-to-understand videos in Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Maths & ICT. Our OER are available free of charge to anyone. Make sure to subscribe - we are going to create 3000 more! Fuse School is currently running the Chemistry Journey project - a Chemistry Education project by The Fuse School sponsored by Fuse. These videos can be used in a flipped classroom model or as a revision aid. Find our other Chemistry videos here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLW0gavSzhMlReKGMVfUt6YuNQsO0bqSMV Be sure to follow our social media for the latest videos and information! Twitter: https://twitter.com/fuseschool Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fuseschool Google+: http://www.gplus.to/FuseSchool Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/virtualschooluk Email: [email protected] Website: www.fuseschool.org This video is distributed under a Creative Commons License: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs CC BY-NC-ND
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Durugesh Madakari (2 months ago)
Al-mujahedeen Salahadeen (2 months ago)
It starts war and destroys nature.
AGohar Khan (2 months ago)
moist faucet (3 months ago)
you should make a video, what if oil run out. what kind of life we will have.
Sanath Kumar (4 months ago)
Thank you very much, after watching so many other videos. I got this right video that explains me about source of plastic...
Lars Graf (5 months ago)
How much power need one liter petrol?
Cool Sabu (5 months ago)
Good job thanks
rocky rockyboy (5 months ago)
Oil the cause of conflict much of the world.
KJ (7 months ago)
Good video. A few issues - Propane, Butane and other bottled gases do not come from a crude fractionation tower - bottled gases come from Hydrocrackers, Gas plants or Alkylation units which are downstream of crude fractionation units. Neither does petrol or gasoline, petrol is a blend of different hydrocarbon components coming from various parts of a refinery.
Shubham Bohra (8 months ago)
Thanks for uploading such a nice knowledge!!
IeamTV (9 months ago)
Thank you so much
DBXD (9 months ago)
youre a good teacher, thanks
Baman Sravanthi (9 months ago)
It so use full for studies
cartisa brown (9 months ago)
thats really helping..thank you
Modern Guru (9 months ago)
thank you for giving me information
Stephen Dahlem (10 months ago)
we need to be adding to the Strategic petroleum reserves on an annual basis if we don't I fear we will regret it 50 years 100 years 200 years in the future
Stephen Dahlem (10 months ago)
I often wonder if 100 years in the future we regret burning petroleum because of how we could have used it to make Plastics
qais alkindi (10 months ago)
sakthivel sm (11 months ago)
Conman Epicness (1 year ago)
This is really cool. I'm not even in a chemistry class but this was informative and entertaining.
Ramis Savci (1 year ago)
Thanks for uploading this video.Even not much without using literature language still very good and simply understandle.Thank you .
Nomi (1 year ago)
thnx for uploading such knowledge
bodysoaps (1 year ago)
taught me what what my chem teacher couldn't teach me for a month
Wait wasn't paraffin simply wax?
Ali Al sabri (1 year ago)
fla playa (1 year ago)
Global Extinction should be the second part of this dudes name but yes, this is how some 4 trillion tons of carbon end up in our atmosphere yearly.
Muhammad Khan (1 year ago)
Very good video
罗兆霖 (1 year ago)
some words are not clear!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
ALEENA Hamzaie (1 year ago)
Tanveer Ahmad (1 year ago)
SAMU3L TEE (1 year ago)
Thanks, saved me hours of revision
aynur dogan (1 year ago)
ilk hangisi çıkıyor
Bilah M (1 year ago)
things that should be taught in public schools...thanks for uploading this video
Saroyan07 (1 year ago)
you just made my research 30% easier! thanks
Yuni Mulia Sr (1 year ago)
kok pesawat pake kerosin
Mohammad Zuel (1 year ago)
pesawat pake oktein bkn kerosene
Nghĩa Lê Hoàng (1 year ago)
Thank you so much.
hadn’t (2 years ago)
So in this context what is fracking?
mohamed amer (2 years ago)
mrsemifixit (2 years ago)
How was kerosene decided to be used in planes as opposed to petrol?
wopmf4345FxFDxdGaa20 (1 year ago)
The kerosene probably has some additives to stop it from freezing? Kerosene itself is closer to diesel, and as far as I know they freeze easier than gasoline. But then there is additives mixed in them to make them stand colder temperatures.
KLR 2808 (1 year ago)
it dosnt freeze as easy
Serge The Car Hauler (2 years ago)
Can you distill the fuels on the top of the list from the lower fuels? Ex kerosene from diesel or petroleum from kerosene?
DïE HãRd OnË sajan (1 year ago)
Serge The Car Hauler yes we can crack the kerosene to petrol.bcoz kerosene is having larger molecules&high boiling point.but it's not vice versa
Sneha Wankar (2 years ago)
Daniel Petrov (2 years ago)
Hi, Great job on the video! It was super useful. I would like to know what softwere did you use to do that simple but powerful animation. I have to use something similar for my school project. Thanks :D
Dan Jackson (2 years ago)
great for bangingout in homework and getting extra facts
Classic (2 years ago)
My teacher said memories the list in order of boiling point. I have an OK memory and remembered in about 2 quick reads. Gas, petrol, naphtha, kerosene, diesel, residue, bitumen. The thing i am worried about is if i memorized the wrong list and is not its proper name (0_o) i will not sleep tonight got mock exams for science! The only thing saving me is my amazing short term memory! Correct me if i am wrong, residue is used as waxing and lubricating oil. Bitumen is used for resurfacing and surfacing roads. Kerosene is used as fuel for planes. Naphtha is used in lamps, or was it paraffin ( Kerosene) I think naphtha is used for things like plastic. Petrol gas, i think we all know that :D OK i so is everything correct.
Classic (2 years ago)
+Genos Demon Cyborg I checked my self, everything here is all good. Moving on to this amazing guys other science videos.
Tuấn Minh (2 years ago)
thank you very much. This is really useful to explain the process in my presentation ^^
Insight Chamber (2 years ago)
thanks , I will translate this video to indonesian language for my students..
Lars Graf (5 months ago)
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shobha rathi (5 months ago)
Abdul Hameed as LPG indomestic fuel
Abdul Hameed (9 months ago)
How to use petroleum
Insight Chamber (2 years ago)
Darren Campbell (2 years ago)
+Insight Chamber That sound amazing, Fuse school is looking to translate videos into multiple languages, maybe this is something you could help us with?
Zainab Zahra (3 years ago)
thanks fr uploding
uganda knuckles (3 years ago)
Thank you so very much, my kind sir.
gopinathan r (3 years ago)
Narration and animation is simple but powerful. Easy to understand. Thank You.
Oh my gosh thanks so much!!!! It's very useful!!!!
lubdub (3 years ago)
thank you٩(♡ε♡ )۶
Thanks a lot for this video I was taught little in my science class but now I want to learn how to refine crude oil!
Arka Roy (3 years ago)
How do you make these wonderful animations.I would love to earn!!!
Candy Lo (3 years ago)
thanks so much now i understand 
Peter Gribben (3 years ago)
Thanks for posting.  Clear and simple language.  well done.
Falar__TH (4 years ago)
THx you so much for upload this ! 
vskumar mediboyina (9 months ago)
Nice video and easy to understand

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