Gasoline FAQs:

Q: Is gasoline produced in several grades of octane rating?

A: Yes.

Q: Are gasolines also treated with metal deactivators?

A: Yes, and which are compounds that sequester metal salts that otherwise accelerate the formation of gummy residues.

Q: Is gasoline traded with a standard reference of 0.755 kg/L?

A: Yes, and its price is escalated/de-escalated according to its actual density.

Q: Are gasolines most susceptible to oxidation?

A: Yes.

Q: Was gasoline banned within the entire European Union?

A: Yes.

Q: Was gasoline introduced?

A: Yes, and in part to preserve the catalysts in modern exhaust systems.

Q: Are gasolines developed by four automakers: GM?

A: Yes, and Honda, Toyota and BMW.

Q: Is gasoline commonly called E10 by major brands?

A: Yes, and it is cheaper than regular unleaded gasoline.

Q: Is gasoline produced in oil refineries?

A: Yes.

Q: Was gasoline phased out in the USA beginning in 1973?

A: Yes.

Q: Is gasoline called gasohol or E10?

A: Yes, and an ethanol-gasoline mix of 85% ethanol mixed with gasoline is called E85.

Q: Is gasoline due mainly to its lower density?

A: Yes.

Q: Is gasoline 95 RON?

A: Yes, and premium unleaded gasoline is always 97 RON, and super unleaded is usually 97–98 RON.

Q: Is gasoline derived from a 42-gallon barrel of crude oil?

A: Yes.