Automotive gasoline is toxic, transparent and yellow-tinted liquid. It is mixture produced at boiling at low temperature oil products and are mainly used as fuel for internal combustion engines. Their chemical composition contains mainly aliphatic hydrocarbons, produced by fractional distillation of petroleum.

Low octane gasoline products are reinforced by isooctane or aromatic hydrocarbons, toluene and benzene for increasing the octane. Small amounts of various additives are common, for engine tuning or lowering the harmful emissions from poisonous gases. The volume of sulphur is lower than 10 mg/kg.

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