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What is the boiling range of petrol?


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From the chemical composition viewpoint, petrol is a blend of hydrocarbons between C4 and C11, with boiling points between 25 and 210°C and in which we can find all types of hydrocarbons: paraffins, isoparaffins, olefins, aromatics, naphthenes, etc.

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Between 25 and 210°C

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Boiling point of petrol is: · below 20OC · 170−120OC · 35−70OC · 270−340OC · 35−70OC · Name the petroleum product used for surfacing of roads. · The term ' · Top answer: Crude oil is obtained by drilling it from the earth's crust. Then it is purified to get useful products. Various useful materials are obtained such as

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The boiling range covers a temperature interval from the initial boiling point (IBP), defined as the temperature at which the first drop of distillation product is

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Boiling point of petrol in degree celsius is (1) Below 20 (2) 170 - 120 (3) 35 - 70 (4) 270 - 340 Petroleum is a fossil fuel that naturally occurs in the liquid form · Top answer: Answer: (3) Petroleum is a fossil fuel that naturally occurs in the liquid form created by the decomposition of organic matter beneath the surface of the

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This statistic illustrates the boiling temperature of selected petroleum products in degrees Celsius. Kerosene, which is used in heating, cooking,

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The fuel for these early engines was a relatively volatile hydrocarbon obtained from coal gas. With a boiling point near 85 °C (185 °F) (octane boils about 40 °C

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