Fossil Fuels

Fossil fuels are hydrocarbons formed by the decomposition of organic matters like plants remains. They take millions of years to form and reserves are depleted at the faster rate and hence they are classified as non-renewable resources.

They are found in the top layer of earth’s crust. Coal and petroleum are the most commonly referred fossil fuel.



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