alkylated gasoline

alkylated gasoline

[′al·kə‚lād·əd ‚gas·ə′lēn]
(materials)
A cleaning-burning gasoline with a high-octane rating; prepared by adding neohexane or some other alkylate.
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As the ideal raw material for oil blending, alkylated gasoline has many advantages such as high octane number, low sulfur content, no olefin aromatics, high oil yield and good economic benefits, making it the material of choice for high grade gasoline.
Contract notice: Alkylated gasoline supply and charge cards to purchase fuel - lots.