Gasoline is a homogeneous mixture made from processing or refining crude oils. A homogeneous mixture consists of combinations of different substances. However, a homogeneous mixture also has uniform composition and properties throughout.
Although gasoline is a refined liquid product made up of a mixture of many hydrocarbons, the composition of gasoline varies and depends on different factors, such as the specific crude oil used and the refinery process. Likewise, to improve its performance, manufacturers and distributors often include additives and other agents with commercial gasoline. For these reasons, there are many unique blends or mixture components used to produce gasoline.
Gasoline is the typical fuel utilized for the internal combustion engines of cars.