kerosine distillate

kerosine distillate

[′ker·ə‚sēn ′dist·əl·ət]
(materials)
The distilled cut in the 150-300°C range from petroleum or shale oil; used as lamp, stove, or illuminating oil, as a solvent, and as a component of jet aircraft fuels. Also known as burning oil.
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