How Fast Does Gasoline Evaporate?

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Different gases evaporate at different rates because some are heavier and some are more dense. Gasoline is designed to evaporate at room temperature (or liquid form). The colder it is, the slower it evaporates and the hotter it is, the faster it evaporates.
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