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Explain what a hydrocarbon is, and suggest two properties of hydrocarbons that leave a fractioning column near the top.

A hydrocarbon is a molecule that contains only hydrogen and carbon atoms.

Any two of the follwing properties are suitable answers:

Low boiling points, low viscosities or high flammability.

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