Octane

Flammable liquid compounds found in petroleum and natural gas. There are 18 different octanes- they have different structural formulas but share the molecular formula C8H18. Octane is used as a fuel and as a raw material for building more complex organic molecules. It is the eighth member of the alkane series.


Symbol
C8H18

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Flash Point 286.5 KClip
Ratio of Specific Heats 1.044 Clip
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Subjects: Chemistry