Can ocean water be converted into fuel?

Ocean – A very deep and large sea which has saline water is called an ocean. The oceans cover at around 71 percent of the earth’s surface. In fact, the oceans constitute about 97 percent of the world’s water resources. The remaining 3 percent of the world’s water is in the form of ice in the polar regions of the earth. The average depth of the oceans is about 3.9 kilometers. All the oceans are interconnected by water and characterized by saline water (salty water).

Oceans Are Warming Faster Than Predicted - Scientific American

There are five oceans on the earth

  1. Pacific Ocean
  2. Atlantic Ocean
  3. Indian Ocean
  4. Arctic Ocean
  5. Antarctic Ocean

The Pacific Ocean is the biggest and deepest ocean of all. Actually, the Pacific Ocean is so big that it can accommodate all the seven continents of the earth. The maximum depth of Pacific ocean is about 4.2 kilometers.

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