What is another word for petroleum benzine?

Pronunciation: [pətɹˈə͡ʊliːəm bˈɛnziːn] (IPA)

Petroleum benzine is a term used to describe a colorless liquid hydrocarbon mixture typically used as a solvent. It is predominantly made up of various alkanes and cycloalkanes, but there are also some aromatic hydrocarbons such as benzene present. Other synonyms used to describe this compound include naphtha, mineral spirits, and white spirit. Naphtha is a term used to describe a volatile, flammable liquid that is derived from petroleum. Mineral spirits is a term used to describe a petroleum-derived solvent used to remove paint and other coatings. White spirit is a synonym used mainly in the UK to describe a petroleum-based solvent used for cleaning and degreasing.

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