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Old 01-21-2013, 07:56 PM   #49
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This statement got me doing some research, and everything I found shows that both are indeed Naphtha!!!

Naphtha (CAS # 64742-47-8)

Star Tron (CAS#64742-47-7) has 0.5% "Proprietary Organic Compounds" in addition to the Naphtha

Sta-bil (CAS # 64742-47-8) turns out to be Deodorized Kerosene

So no Sta-bil & Star tron are NOT the same!
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Though Coleman fuel has an octane rating of 50 to 55 and a flammability similar to gasoline, it has none of the additives found in modern gasoline and cannot be used as a substitute for gasoline, kerosene or diesel fuel in modern engines.[4] Its high combustion temperature and lack of octane boosting additives like tetraethyllead will destroy engine valves[citation needed], and its low octane rating would produce knocking.[4]


I looked up Naphtha (CAS # 64742-47-8) and found this. They didn't have a -7

Petroleum Distillates
Identifications

CAS Number: 64742-47-8
Synonyms/Related:
Aliphatic Hydrocarbon
Dispersol
Distillate Fuel Oils, Light
Hydrotreated Light Petroleum Distillates
light Petrolium Distillate
Low Odor Paraffinic Solvent
Mineral spirts
Odorless Base Oil
Petroleum Distillates
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