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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The volume swell of QA was larger than that of ACM-1 and ACM-2 and also larger than the volume expected from the aniline point of the engine oil.
1 (aniline point [degrees] C - 124 [plus or minus] 1.0)