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Question by hasbullah
Submitted on 3/8/2004
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I wanted to a testing using a petrol or gasoline. Method, I have to put the petrol inside the oven at 60C. Is it dangerous?


Answer by JGMagoo
Submitted on 1/19/2005
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Holy Cow!  YES IT IS DANGEROUS!!!  Are you still alive? If so, DON'T DO IT! Have you ever heard of gasoline vapors and what they will do if exposed to a spark. The most volatile elements will more rapidly evaporate into the air even at 60-C (about 120-F), and these elements are very flammable, not to mention the air pollution you would be causing.
If you are trying to increase boiling point, check with your fuel supplier to obtain a higher vapor-pressure fuel or do what you can to keep the fuel system cooler by removing and isolating sources of heat.

 

Answer by mani
Submitted on 7/31/2006
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it is not dangerous ,but auto ignation is possible when the vapours contact with air

 

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