boiling range

boiling range
The spread of temperatures, usually expressed in degrees Fahrenheit, over which an oil starts to boil or distill vapors and proceeds to complete evaporation. Boiling range is determined by ASTM test procedures for specific petroleum products.

Petroleum refining glossary. 2013.

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