antiknock fluid

antiknock fluid
Common parlance for the chemical mixture containing tetra-ethyl lead as the knock inhibiting ingredients and ethylene dichloride and/or ethylene dibromide as scavengers of the lead products formed in combustion. Used as knock suppressant in gasoline.

Petroleum refining glossary. 2013.

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