Burning fuel produces... a.. carbon dioxide... b... sulphar dioxide... c. Both a and b... d. None of these.
Asked by Molaypaul700 | 7th Nov, 2018, 01:46: PM
Fuels like petrol and diesel are made up of hydrocarbons and they are made up of carbon and hydrogen atoms.
When these fuels burn in presence of oxygen, they produce carbon dioxide and water vapours.
Answered by Ramandeep | 8th Nov, 2018, 10:13: AM
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