Definition of Petrols
1. petrol [n] - See also: petrol
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Literary usage of Petrols
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1. Fuel, Solid, Liquid, and Gaseous by John Samuel Stafford Brame (1914)
"The gross calorific values for a number of petrols have been determined by B. ... GROSS CALORIFIC VALUE OF petrols. (B. Blount.) The net calorific values ..."
2. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial ScienceChemistry (1902)
"in a finely divided state, and certain reactions occur by which the various petrols are furnished. Certain Physical Properties of Hydrogen Telluride. ..."
3. Technical Methods of Chemical Analysis by Georg Lunge, Charles Alexander Keane, E. Adam, P. Aulich, T. L. Bailey, C. O. Bannister (1914)
"If this limit is exceeded, evaporation in the carburettor may become so sluggish, especially in cold weather, as to lead to misfires. Hence motor petrols ..."
4. The Gas, Petrol, and Oil Engine by Dugald Clerk, George Arthur Burls (1916)
"PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF SOME COMMERCIAL petrols. ... Some valuable experiments on the properties of ordinary petrols have also been made by Mr. B. Blount, ..."
5. Petrol and Petroleum Spirits: A Description of Their Sources, Preparation by Wilfred Emil Guttentag (1918)
"Iodine number and H2SO4 absorption of typical American petrols ....... 95 XV. Flash points of petrol samples 100 XVI. Explosive limits of various vapours . ..."
6. The Motor Car: A Practical Manual for the Use of Students and Motor Car Owners by Robert W. A. Brewer (1909)
"The author made many experiments with the object of determining the rate of evaporation of petrols of different boiling points and noticing the effect of ..."
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