aniline point

aniline point

[′an·əl·ən ‚pȯint]
(chemical engineering)
The minimum temperature for a complete mixing of aniline and materials such as gasoline; used in some specifications to indicate the aromatic content of oils and to calculate approximate heat of combustion.
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Vg 46 Confirming To Is: 10522-1983 With Aniline Point 90C Min,In Place Of Seal Compatibility Test And Minimum Pass Load Of 9Th Stage In Fzg Niemann Test.
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1987), the quality parameter of diesel fuel is influenced by specific gravity, viscosity, aniline point and diesel index, and therefore this experiment covered physical characterization obtained by specific gravity parameter, viscosity, aniline point, flash point, API gravity and diesel index.
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Tenders are invited for Antiwear Hydraulic Oil To Is: 11656-1986/ Reaffirmed 2002 With Aniline Point 90 Degree C Min For, All Grades In Place Of Seal Compatibility Test And Nas Value Below 8 Gr.
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Tenders are invited for Oil Hydraulic To Is: 10522-83, Gr Vg-68 With Aniline Point 90 Degree C In Place Of Seal Compatability Test
The aniline point of the engine oil GTX was determined in accordance to ASTM method D-611.
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