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What is the boiling point of gasoline?

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July 21, 2014 9:50PM

Boiling point of gasoline

The boiling point of gasoline varies. At atmospheric pressure, it's between 100 and 400 degrees F. A primary cause of this variance is the various additives in the gasoline from different refiners designed to meet different octane requirements.