boiling range

boiling range

[′bȯil·iŋ ‚rānj]
(chemistry)
The temperature range of a laboratory distillation of an oil from start until evaporation is complete.
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8 Degree Celcius -120 Psi And Boiling Range -2 Degree Celcius.
Desulfurization proceeds due to crude oil properties mainly high boiling range, high fluidity, high sulfur content and nat ure of sulfur content.
low-octane gasoline boiling range fractions) into petrochemical feedstocks and higher octane stocks suitable for blending into finished gasoline.
Additional improvements in other qualities like distillation boiling range, flow properties, the cetane number and aromatics content were brought from new facilities.
The fuel cocktail has a similar boiling range to conventional biodiesel, but is thinner; it becomes waxy at a lower temperature.
While the petroleum-based oils are multi-component hydrocarbon mixtures of the specific boiling range, natural oils are notably simpler group of substances with similar chemical composition and high boiling nature.
Because converting fuel to heat is what creates power from an engine, the higher boiling range allows diesel engines to provide more horsepower than their gasoline counterparts.
RAFKA GmbH has been granted a patent for an adhesive varnish, adapted to retain powdered pigments, that contains colophony and pre-treated linseed oil in a solvent system including primarily naphtha (of the boiling range of about 80[degrees]C through about 160[degrees]C) and technical ethanol.
The technique provides a wider boiling range analysis and improved water management.
Products custom tailored by removing the lower boiling range molecules, thereby making them less volatile.
It has a boiling range that is generally considered to start at 200[degrees]C and ends about 360[degrees]C.
Generally, the higher the boiling range the faster and more persistent the froth tends to be.