It varies depending on the gasoline. Gasoline is a complex mixture of hydrocarbons boiling between 50-200 degrees Celsius (120-400 degrees F). As a result of it’s complexity and the variability of boiling the chemical formulas are variable, between C6H14 and C12H26, the average compound is C8H18 (Octane).
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