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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gel_point_(petroleum)

Gel point is the temperature at which diesel or biodiesel fuel freezes solid and can no longer flow by gravity or be pumped through fuel lines. This phenomenon  ...

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Gasoline or gas for short (American English), or petrol (British English), is a transparent, ... With a boiling point near 85 °C (octanes boil about 40 °C higher), it was well suited for early carburetors (evaporators). The development of a " spray ...

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Well, gasoline doesn't really have just one freezing temperature, and in fact, gasoline isn't made out of just one kind of molecule, but many different ...

www.quora.com/What-is-the-freezing-point-for-gasoline-When-the-outside-temperature-is-40F-is-there-any-chance-that-the-gas-in-my-parked-car-can-freeze

Gasoline doesn't have a "freezing point" exactly. Neither does diesel, or candle wax. They have a variable freezing range. Gasoline is not a pure substance -...

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How cold must it become before diesel and petrol begin to freeze?

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Gasoline may freeze at temperatures between negative 40 degrees Fahrenheitand negative 58 F. The exact freezing temperature depends on the properties of ...

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Jan 17, 2004 ... So by freezing, you mean, when does it turn solid? ... The flash point of gasoline is about -97F, meaning that it will still burn at 97 degrees below ...

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There is no single freezing temperature for gasoline. Gasoline is made out of different molecules, or hydrocarbons, and these components each have different  ...

aviation.stackexchange.com/questions/2185/how-do-aircraft-keep-fuel-from-freezing-while-in-flight

Mar 12, 2014 ... Much like water, exposing fuel to below freezing temperatures does not instantly make it freeze. It takes some amount of time, and as long as ...