What Is Diesel Fuel Made of?

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Diesel fuel is defined as any fluid used in the different diesel engines. Diesel fuel is usually made or refined from crude oil. It can also be made from alternative sources of alcohol and vegetable oil derivatives.
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Diesel fuel as is it's close cousin gasoline is refined from crude oil. Diesel fuel runs 70% of the words engines. It is easier to refine that gasoline but does have a higher sulfur content but recent advances have lessened the carbon emissions. Diesel has between 8 and 21 carbon atoms per molecule.
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Diesel fuel is the fractional distillate of petroleum fuel oil, but in recent times, it has been discovered that it can be made from alternative sources such as vegetable oil and
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Crude Oil Crude oil pumped straight from the ground is made up of a variety of hydrocarbons. A hydrocarbon is a molecule consisting of hydrogen and carbon. The carbon atoms in a hydrocarbon
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By this thing that goes around and it is cool, it also smells weird It is refined from crude oil somewhat in the same manner as gasoline.
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The same way they make gasoline. They just don't do the last few steps that it would take to make it into gasoline.
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Diesel fuel is the fractional distillate of petroleum fuel oil, but in recent times, it has been discovered that it can be made from alternative sources such as ...
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