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, gasolene (ga′sŏ-lēn″, ga″sŏ-lēn′) [ gas + -ol + -ine]
A product of the destructive distillation of petroleum, a liquid mixture of hydrocarbons, with chain length between 4 and 12 C atoms, frequently containing additives to improve combustion. Commercial gasoline may contain toxic additives.


Using the mouth to produce suction on a tube for siphoning gasoline from a tank is dangerous because the gasoline may be inhaled or swallowed.
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Commercial gasoline was obtained in a gas station (Dourados, MS), and the ethanol content was verified according to the procedure described by the NBR 13.992 (ABNT, 2001).
Still in Figure 2A, the operation range of the device is represented by 9 different rotations (mean values), for the sample Gasool A20, which corresponds to the commercial gasoline. In Figure 2B, minimum and maximum consumptions occur, respectively, for rotations below 5000 RPM with [C.sub.A20,min] ~0.10 kg [h.sup.-1] and [C.sub.A20,max] ~0.40 kg [h.sup.-1] (6500 RPM).
Much of this Army-sponsored research was later used by the petroleum industry to improve the stability of the commercial gasoline being marketed.
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And recently, the Milwaukee, Wis.-based company took yet another big step -- or more correctly, steps -- in that arena with the introduction of two new engines to its Vanguard commercial gasoline engine range.

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