Q. 424.7( 18 Votes )
Give two examples each of:
(a) solid fuels
(b) liquid fuels
(c) gaseous fuels
a) Solid Fuels: Wood, charcoal, coal, coke, cow-dung cakes.
b) Liquid Fuels: Kerosene, petrol, diesel, alcohol.
c) Gaseous fuels: Coal gas, natural gas
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