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  1. Structure: Reference: CAS number: name: Kerosene: 2: synonyms: Kerosine; Coal Oil; Range Oil; Astral Oil; Mineral Seal; Mineral Colza; Range Oil JP-2; Jet Fuel JP
  2. Jul 17,  · There are two types of kerosene, K-1 and red Kerosene. Red kerosene is slightly less expensive than K-1 and has been dyed red for tax purposes. It is generally used for tractors or generators. Red kerosene also burns faster than K-1 kerosene, so it must be replaced more frequently.
  3. Common hydrocarbon rocket fuels such as kerosene, or jet fuels are derived from petroleum, while RP-1 is a straight run kerosene fraction 2'3. These hydrocarbon fuels are complex mixtures of many components and their exact composition and properties vary from batch to batch. Some information on these substances has been reported in the literature.
  4. Nov 30,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Kerosene - Arrhythmia at Discogs. Complete your Kerosene collection/5(16).
  5. Kerosene Safety Data Sheet Prepared according to Federal Register / Vol. 77, No. 58 / Monday, March 26, / Rules and Regulations 04/22/ Kerosene 3/1.
  6. Kerosene, also known as paraffin, lamp oil, and coal oil (an obsolete term), is a combustible hydrocarbon liquid which is derived from monthmusjuggrerebuz.nvesoddoploposserfsinoxitipopho.infoinfo is widely used as a fuel in aviation as well as households. Its name derives from Greek: κηρός (keros) meaning "wax", and was registered as a trademark by Canadian geologist and inventor Abraham Gesner in before evolving into a.
  7. Klean-Strip 1-K kerosene is refined to lower the sulfur content, improving air quality and extending wick life. This 1-K kerosene burns cleaner than 2-K kerosene. Klean-Strip kerosene meets ASTM 1-K specifications and is suitable for all kerosene-burning heaters, lamps and stoves.
  8. Jul 17,  · Kerosene burning lanterns are becoming more popular, both indoors and outdoors. Kerosene is a petroleum-based fuel that can produce an unpleasant odor while it burns. Using the highest grade kerosene available will decrease the odor but not completely eliminate it.

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