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EC number: 295-442-6
CAS number: 92045-60-8
A complex combination of hydrocarbons obtained by subjecting a petroleum naphtha to a sweetening process to convert mercaptans or to remove acidic impurities. It consists of hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C4 through C5, predominantly C5, and boiling in the range of approximately minus 10°C to 35°C (14°F to 95°F).
Single values for the category or individual UVCB members are not applicable The auto flammability range for substances included in this category is 280 to 470°C.
The auto flammability range for substances that comprise the Low Boiling Point Naphthas (Gasolines) category is 280 to 470°C (Eaton 1990).The CONCAWE (2010) “Compilation of selected physico-chemical properties of petroleum substances” report also reports auto flammability for the gasoline naphtha category to be >200°C. Additionally, TOTAL (1979) reported self-ignition temperature of commercial gasoline to be 495°C (Commercial gasoline 100LL); 445°C (Commercial gasoline; low NOM); and 435°C (commercial gasoline; high NOM). Due to the highly flammable nature of gasoline naphthas, this measurement if considered irrelevant. It is also not possible to define a single self-ignition temperature for a UVCB substance.
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