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www.quora.com/What-is-the-freezing-point-for-gasoline

Hi Ryan, a few notes. I have personally had experience with both diesel and gas engines at temperatures down to -60F. Amazingly, gas engines will sill start at that temperature. I too have wondered about lack of vaporization, however that does n...

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Freezing is a phase change, in which the symmetry of a system reduces -- a liquid with a random distribution of molecules turns into an orderly crystal in a true freezing phase change. Gasoline on the other hand, just has molecules that slow down as they get colder, and remain in a disordered state at lower temperatures (you might get some ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liquid_nitrogen

Liquid nitrogen is often referred to by the abbreviation, LN 2 or "LIN" or "LN" and has the UN number 1977. Liquid nitrogen is a diatomic liquid, which means that the diatomic character of the covalent N bonding in N 2 gas is retained after liquefaction. Liquid nitrogen is a cryogenic fluid that can cause rapid freezing on

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FREEZE PROTECTION FOR NATURAL GAS PIPELINE SYSTEMS AND MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENTATION David J. Fish Senior Vice President Welker Engineering Company P. O. Box 138 Sugar Land, TX 77487-0138 USA Introduction The failure to supply natural gas upon demand can cause irreparable damage to a company’s corporate image in the 21st Century. Consistent and ...

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Of course, if there is any water mixed in with the fuel, it can still freeze at around 32F, but that may depend on if there are any alcohols mixed with the sample. Methyl alcohol is a common additive you can buy to help keep water in your gas tank from freezing at low temperatures.

www.globalcarsbrands.com/what-temperature-gasoline-freeze

At What Temperature Does Gasoline Freeze? You might have thought about the answer already based on the fact that gasoline is a mixture. At what temperature does gasoline freeze again? None exactly. Gasoline does not have the so-called freezing point. The same idea goes for candle wax and diesel.

forum.heatinghelp.com/discussion/68174/gas-service-freezing

My gas service keeps freezing, every night the service freezes and the local gas company comes out and pours methanol down the pipe,wraps the meter with "electric" pipe warming tape, wraps it in insulations and says it will be ok.

thenewswheel.com/fact-or-myth-can-your-cars-gasoline...

How cold temperatures affect your vehicle's gas tank. Winter does many terrible things to your car, straining its operation amid freezing temperatures and slowly rusting away its body.One of the ...

www.rt.com/news/327923-ukraine-freezing-town-gas-supply

The gas supply to the freezing city was turned on Monday evening, according to Russian Energy Minister Aleksandr Novak. Genichesk will be receiving up to 20 thousand cubic meters of Russian gas per day, to increase pressure in the city’s pipe network, and to accomodate the region’s increased demand for gas heating at night.

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The terms melting point or freezing point are often interchanged depending on whether a substance is being heated or cooled. For liquids it is known as the freezing point and for solids it is called the melting point. The melting point of a solid and the freezing point of the liquid are normally the same.