Naphtha (/ˈnæpθə/ or /ˈnæfθə/) is a general term that has been used for over two thousand years to refer to flammable liquid hydrocarbon mixtures. Mixtures labelled naphtha have been produced from natural gas condensates, petroleum distillates, and the distillation of coal tar and peat. It is used diversely in different industries and regions to refer to gross products like crude oil or refined products such as kerosene.
|0.735 max||D-4052||gr/cm³||Density @ 15.6 ᵒC|
|18 min||D-156||—-||Colour Saybolt|
|130 max||D-5453||PPM||Total Sulfur|
|50 max||A.A||PPB||Lead content|
|10 max||microcoulometry||PPM||Total Choloride|