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Hydrocarbon behavior

What does geological formulation tell us about the Hydrocarbon behavior?
Question asked by: sri2010

Asked on: 26 Dec 2010

It tells us that hydrocarbons are formed by the action of pressure on the seabed which compress certain parts of the remnants of dead sea creatures, and that creates oil and gas, the hydrocarbons that you are referring to.
By: knowitall
Replied at: 27 Dec 2010
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