What Is the Freezing Point of Gasoline?

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The average range of the temperature at which gasoline freezes is -40 to -50 degrees C. The actual temperature at which gasoline freezes varies from the variety of mixtures that are available.
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The freezing point of gasoline is about
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Its flash point ends at -97 degrees fahrenheit, meaning it won't spark or catch fire. However, if there is any water mixed in with the gas, it can still freeze at around 32 degrees.
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The beginning of the freezing point is when frost occurs. Frost happens when the outside temperature hits the dew point, and then drops down to freezing, leaving a thin layer of ice
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It can boil, depending on atmospheric pressure, at as little as 25 to 35 degrees Celsius. WARNING: The heating of gasoline by any means is more likely to cause it to explode then
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