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Question by sjf
Submitted on 10/1/2003
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what are the componets of gasloine? how do the diffent  various types gas differ?

Answer by nat
Submitted on 2/24/2004
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yeah, i'mnot a genius, so i won't give a huge answer, but gasoline is basically hydrocarons (atoms made from hydrogen, carbon, and the occational oxygen). there are 4. Octane, Nonane, Heptane, and Decane.

i won't answer anymore as i'mnot positive, and i'drather u have less knowledge, then wrong info. =D


Answer by loppy
Submitted on 12/7/2005
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hgello my name is loopy what is yours


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