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What is the boiling point of petrol?

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According to the Engineering Toolbox, petrol reaches its boiling point at a measurement of 203 degrees Farenheit. This measurement can also be indicated as 95 degrees Celsius on the metric scale.

The boiling point of petrol is shown to occur at these temperatures while it is heated within atmospheric pressure. Atmospheric pressure is the pressure in the surrounding air at Earth's sea level. This makes it the standard measurement of air pressure, as most experiments and scientific trials occur at or around Earth's surface. When altitude increases, the air pressure in the atmosphere also rises the higher its distance from sea-level. Atmospheric pressure is indicated by the measurement 0 degrees Celsius.


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