Gasoline is a product that is produced from the refining of crude oil in refineries. Hydrocarbon chains are obtained with different lengths that these separate chains are obtained by combining different fuels such as gasoline, diesel, kerosene, etc.
This fuel was first called gasoline in Germany. The name is derived from the chemical benzene, but in most of the British Commonwealth, with the exception of Canada, the word petroleum is used to mean rock oil. The term gasoline is mainly used in North America and is commonly used in colloquial usage. It is called gas. Gasoline with a density of 0.719 grams per cubic centimeter is lighter than water and is placed on water.
Different types of gasoline with octane (abbreviated A) produce different qualities
Octane or the same resistance to self-ignition or knock in the engine that has a very high compressibility, so gasoline that has very high amounts of octane is very good gasoline.