distillation range

distillation range

[‚dis·tə′lā·shən ‚rānj]
(chemistry)
The difference between the temperature at the initial boiling point and at the end point of a distillation test.
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A Distillation Range test measures the temperature at which certain volume fractions boil, establishing the relative amounts of large and small molecules in a sample.
The product, also called synthetic paraffinic kerosene from hydroprocessed esters and fatty acids (HEFA-SPK), has the same cold flow properties, distillation range and behavior as conventional jet fuel.
Tenders are invited for Methoxide Liquied One Litre Of Carborising Solvent Mixed With 5 Grams Of Potassium Hydroxide, Solvent Should Be Clear, Free From Moisture, No Adulteration With Any Other Solvents: Distillation Range 95 Percent Should Distill Between 65 Degree Centigrade And 66 Degree Centigrade.
5 Ltrs Packing In Original Sealed Glass Bottle Of Make Bdh/Sarabhai /Qualigen/Glaxo/Ranbaxy/Merck/Sdftne As Per The Specification Indicated Below :- 1 Distillation Range Min.
Appearance, Relative Density at 27 Deg C, Colour in Hazen , Distillation Range Initial Boiling Point, Deg C Dry point, Deg C, Residue on evaporation ppm (wt/wt), Acidity as Formic Acid ppm (wt/wt), Aldehydes and Ketones as Acetone ppm (wt/wt).