There’s really only one fossil fuel: the carbon chain. However, it can take many forms depending on its length. When it’s longest, it forms solids like coal. When it’s not quite that long, it’s found in the form of peat or bitumen. Moving on down the scale, you have oil of various viscosity, with the thinnest being clear liquids like octane. The shortest hydrocarbon chains are too short to stay in liquid form, and form gases such as methane and propane.
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