Aliphatic Hydrocarbons

An aliphatic hydrocarbon or aliphatic compound is an organic compound composed of carbon and hydrogen. It is obtained by the chemical degradation of fats or oils that contain hydrogen and carbon atoms.
Most aliphatic hydrocarbons are flammable. The compounds are used as fuels, lubricants, raw materials for producing fibers, industrial chemicals, plastics, rubbers, solvents, and other products.
An aliphatic hydrocarbon or aliphatic compound is an organic compound composed of carbon and hydrogen. It is obtained by the chemical degradation of fats or oils that contain hydrogen and carbon atoms.
Most aliphatic hydrocarbons are flammable. The compounds are used as fuels, lubricants, raw materials for producing fibers, industrial chemicals, plastics, rubbers, solvents, and other products.
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