Definition of Kerosenes

1. Noun. (plural of kerosene) ¹



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Definition of Kerosenes

1. kerosene [n] - See also: kerosene

Lexicographical Neighbors of Kerosenes

kernites
kerns
kero
kerogen
kerogenous
kerogens
kerokan
kerolite
kerolites
keros
kerosene
kerosene heater
kerosene lamp
kerosenelike
kerosenes
kerosine
kerosine heater
kerosine lamp
kerosines
kerotakis
kerotherapy
kerplop
kerplops
kerplunk
kerplunked
kerplunking
kerplunks
kerpow

Literary usage of Kerosenes

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Petroleum and Allied Industries: Petroleum, Natural Gas, Natural Waxes by James Kewley (1922)
"THE distillates which come off after the benzine fractions and before the gas-oil fractions, are worked up into kerosenes. There is no hard-and-fast line of ..."

2. American Lubricants from the Standpoint of the Consumer by Luther Bynum Lockhart (1920)
"SPECIFICATIONS FOR Kerosenes. Kerosene.— (Gen. Supply Comm., Washington, DC, for year ending 1920). Kerosene; must be water white in color, free from dirt ..."

3. Technology Quarterly and Proceedings of the Society of Arts by Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Society of Arts (1902)
"The following papers were presented by title : " Some Thermal Properties of Naphthas and Kerosenes," by AH Gill and HR Healy; "Apparatus for the Rapid ..."

4. Technology Quarterly by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1902)
"SOME THERMAL PROPERTIES OF NAPHTHAS AXD Kerosenes. HY AH GILL AND HR HEALEY. IN recent years there has been a marked increase in the use of the lighter ..."

5. Review of American Chemical Research by Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Arthur Amos Noyes, William Albert Noyes (1902)
"Some Thermal Properties of Naphthas and Kerosenes. ... To characterize the naphthas and kerosenes, the specific gravities, vapor densities and distillation ..."

6. Gasoline and Other Motor Fuels by Carleton Ellis, Joseph V. Meigs (1921)
"Alter the vapors have been condensed within the coil M the resulting liquid passes to the reservoir N. It may happen that on certain occasions kerosenes and ..."

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