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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Major fuel properties of synthesized biodiesel including cetane index, flash point, cloud point, pour point, density, kinematic viscosity, total ash and distillation range were determined according to standard ASTM methods.
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.